Copperhead, the iconic animal from Disney’s animated movie “Cars” and the popular Nickelodeon cartoon, has been listed for sale for $1.5 million.
The listing on the National Bidding Corporation website says the animal, which is named after the company’s CEO, was purchased in 2015 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
“The copperhead was bred by a breeders in Texas and raised in a barn in New York.
It was a great animal, it loved to roam, but we’re looking for someone to give it a new life,” the listing reads.
The sale price is $1,515,000.
The auction house, which also offers auctions of “Star Wars” toys, said it has the best chance of winning the animal.
“If we get the right bid, we’ll sell it, but not until the end of March,” said Michael B. Daley, vice president and general manager of the auction house.
Dacey said it’s been difficult to sell copperheads over the years.
“They’re extremely popular and have become very well known and loved.
The last time we did an auction was in 2003.
We’ve been selling them in auctions ever since,” he said.
“I think that we’re seeing the beginning of a trend, and we’re hoping it will continue.”
The animal has been featured in several Disney movies, including “Cats,” “Frozen” and “Aladdin.”
“Carrying Copperhead” has been a favorite with children and adults alike, with Disney movies featuring it often making it into top 10 lists of most-loved films.
It has also appeared in many Disney animated shorts and the original “Chips” series, which aired on Nickelodeons in 1997.
The copperhead has a long history in the U, with the animals first appearance in a Nickelodeo cartoon, where it was a popular character.
“Comes With a Message” features the animals with a message about the importance of family and children.
The story is told through the story of a father, the titular Copperhead.
“With his love of animals and love of children, Copperhead was a beloved and beloved figure in our world,” said Daley.
“He also was a true character of love, kindness and compassion, and one of our biggest fans.
He was also a huge supporter of NickelodeON and our network of stations.
We will miss him dearly.”