ZooLine was a company based in Los Angeles that was engaged in distributing a variety of wooden animal figures that were manufactured in Japan in the 1950s. These wooden figures were mostly sold at zoos and parks. The line included miniatures in matchbooks, and also, larger forms that had practical utility as jewelry cases or office organizers.
The figures are carved wooden animals with joints that are rubber band-strung, and so, can be moved. The figures were popular as souvenirs in zoos throughout the country. Whether or not Kay Bojesen designed any of these figures or any part of them is a question that has been asked repeatedly. It can now be conclusively answered in the negative.