Body of a figurine with a movable head and tail from Harappa 64

Another figurine that may have been used as a toy is the quadruped, probably a bovine, with a movable head and tail. It usually has pierced projections extending from the base of the neck to secure the (separate) head and neck laterally and a pierced projection above the shoulders (possibly a stylized hump) to secure and move the head vertically. It sometimes has a pierced projection on the rump as well, presumably for a movable tail.

Approximate dimensions (W x H(L) x D): 4.0 x 8.0 x 6.0 cm.