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I've seen things like this called "soldier bear". they're made of really light grade plastic and their hats plug into heads inversely to legos.
My first guess is that these are early generation Oyo Sportstoys (http://www.oyosports.com). The legs on the current version of Oyo figures are different (they have an articulated foot) but perhaps there was an earlier iteration of them that looks like the ones you have?
He's made by Tyco as part of their "Super Blocks" range You can see the guy on the label.
Short Answer: Yes, you could buy minifig heads at a lego store. Caveats: The heads are part of the "build-a-mini" feature of the lego store. So while you could technically just pick 1 head, you would still be charged for the whole set ($9.99 in USA, I believe). So you may as well pick whole minifigs + 1 accessory + hair/hat. Variety of head, torso, legs and ...
There is the Build-A-Mini station where you can build three minifigs (plus one accessory each) for $9.99. That said, some stores will let you buy 15 minifig heads and be done with it. On the other hand, when our local store recently had the ghost pieces, they restricted us to 3 of those per pack of 3 figs.
That figure is a Tyco Super Blocks minifigure. I can't find any sets that your figure came in, but you can see in the following picture that the soldiers are the same proportion and style as your figure. Unfortunately, Tyco Super Blocks is one of the oldest LEGO-clone brands, so there's not a lot of information on their product on the internet.
As far as I can see, most LEGO pregnancies appear to cheat, using glue or Blu Tack to attack the various elements on to the stomach of the minifig. One example I've seen is the use of a 1x2 tile, as seen here at the Brick Testament: In this shot Mary could be holding the tile in place, but in others her hands are not near enough. You might be able to ...
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