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  1. Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Figurine 14502

    Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Figurine 14502

    $6.49

    Add T-Rex to your Schleich wildlife collection. Schleich models are all hand painted to be as close as can be to real life.

    Item size in cm (L x W x H):
    14.5 x 4.5 x 11

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  2. Schleich Crocodile Figurine 14378

    Schleich Crocodile Figurine 14378

    $6.49

    Add this crocodile to your Schleich wildlife collection. Schleich models are all hand painted to be very detailed and look realistic.

    Item size in cm (L x W x H):
    18 x 8 x 6

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  3. Schleich Texas Longhorn Cow 13685

    Schleich Texas Longhorn Cow 13685

    $7.49

    The horns of a Texas Longhorn bull can reach over four feet in length.

    Prized for their beauty and intelligence, Texas Longhorns are a unique breed with much to offer. Sold for choice genetics, these cows are often bred with others to benefit those breeds with easier birthing or leaner beef. Texas Longhorn cattle have strong instincts and are very tough. They can live in arid areas, feeding on weeds and cactus, for long periods of time. Protected by their mother, these calves are exceptionally strong when born and begin walking very soon after birth.

    • Dimensions: 5.7" L x 2.4" W x 3" H
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  4. Schleich Cheetah Female 14614

    Schleich Cheetah Female 14614

    $6.49

    Faster than most sports cars, the cheetah can reach speeds of almost seventy miles per hour from a dead stop in three seconds.

     

    Active during the day, cheetahs reside in the same areas as the nighttime hunters, lions and leopards. While the cubs live with their mother, adult males live together in small groups. The secret of the cheetah's speed is in its backbone, nostrils, tail and claws. Long and flexible, this bone stretches and contracts like a spring as it sprints across the savannah. Its large nostrils allow for more oxygen intake. Helping steer, its long tail serves as a rudder, and its claws act as cleats. Preying on gazelles and antelope, the mother cheetah has to make a kill every day to feed her young. Used to blend in with tall grasses, the cheetah has black spots on its tan body, but its tail is covered with stripes.

    • Dimensions: 3.5" L x .9" W x 2.4" H
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  5. Schleich Sea Lion 14365

    Schleich Sea Lion 14365

    $6.49

    Sea lion pups develop quickly thanks to their mother's milk which is composed of fifty percent fat.

     

    Sea lions have large, bare flippers which they use to help regulate their body temperatures. Dense fur, a mixture of permanent underfur and longer top hairs that are shed annually, covers the rest of their body. Sea lions can dive to depths of six hundred feet, much deeper than other seals, to hunt for fish like herring, anchovy, and squid. They tend to keep to themselves at sea, but their breeding grounds on land get pretty packed. Most head for the breeding ground by May and babies are born in June. Males, or bulls, are polygamous, which means they mate with more than one female. Substantially larger than females, bulls are also pretty forceful; they set up their own territories and aggressively herd females and drive away other bulls. Sea lions have a lifespan of nearly thirty years.

    • Dimensions: 4" L x 3.8" W x 2.9" H
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  6. Schleich Killer Whale 14697

    Schleich Killer Whale 14697

    $7.49

    Orcas are adaptable, social animals that are native to almost all the oceans. Their food depends on their respective environment. Orcas prefer pennies, walruses, sea lions and even other whales. Their family groups rank among the strongest in the animal kingdom.

    At the time they are born, the calves are colored yellowish or orange, but in the course of time their skin turns white. Grown orcas have a length of up to eight meters and weigh about nine tons.

    Males and females can be distinguished by their dorsal fins. Males have triangular fins with a length of more than 1.5 meters, while the fins of the females are roughly half the size and often bent. Both male and female orcas are able to reach up to fifty years of age.

    • Highly detailed
    • Hand Painted
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  7. Schleich Appaloosa Stallion 13732

    Schleich Appaloosa Stallion 13732

    $7.49

    Appaloosa is a horse breed that springs from the Spanish horse that was imported to North America in the 18th century. Almost every Appaloosa has a square physique which is typical for Western horses.

    This also includes a small head with big, awake eyes and a straight nose line. They have a strong back and are muscular altogether. That is why they are fast and agile. In particular their striking fur speckles are characteristic for this breed.

    • Hand Painted
    • Highly Detailed
    • Fun Fact: Typical characteristics of Appaloosa are their eyes with a white sclera and their leopard-spotted skin
    • Appaloosas are typical western horses with striking fur speckles
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  8. Schleich Zebra Male 14391

    Schleich Zebra Male 14391

    $6.49

    Zebras have night vision which helps them to keep an eye on their predators.

     

    These sleek, striped equids live in the savannah grasslands of eastern and southern Africa where they spend most of the day grazing on grass, leaves, bark, roots, and stems. Each zebra's pattern of stripes is unique. The plains, or common, zebra sport wide stripes on their bodies -- that continue to the undersides -- along with thinner 'shadow' stripes on their hind quarters. Their excellent hearing and vision help them escape predators. They usually live in family groups of one stallion and several mares but often come together in large herds of several hundred zebras. And, once a year, hundreds of thousands of zebras gather to migrate in search of food and water. These herds sometimes mingle with wildebeests, ostrich, and antelope. Zebras tend to be pretty skittish -- who can blame them with all the lions and hyenas around -- and really noisy. Their whinnies, yelps, and barks are their way of communicating with each other. They never wander too far from a source of water and can live about thirty years in the wild.

    • Dimensions: 4" L x 1.8" W x 3.6" H
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  9. Schleich Hippopotamus 14681

    Schleich Hippopotamus 14681

    $7.49

    Although they are herbivores, hippopotamuses are considered as Africa's wildest animals because of their aggressive nature. When they are out of the water, hippos are able to run up to 50 km per hour. They have an influence on the course of rivers and swamps by using the very same walking paths day after day and thus diverting the water into these furrows.

    Hippos spend daytime in the water and graze in the evening. Within only five hours, a hippo is able to devour more than 70 kg of food. In the water, the males are very keen on defending their territory; however, there is no rivalry once they are ashore. Although they cannot swim, hippos fight, sleep and mate in the water. They live in pods of approximately thirty individuals.

    With a length of more than five meters and weighing up to two tons, hippos rank among the largest land mammals. They can grow quite old – often up to forty years.

    • Hand Painted
    • Highly Detailed
    • Fun Fact: Hippopotamuses are considered one of the most dangerous animals in Africa
    • Hippopotamuses live in African waters
    • Hippopotamuses live in the water and go ashore to eat
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  10. Schleich Pinto Horse Yearling 13695

    Schleich Pinto Horse Yearling 13695

    $7.49

    Included in ancient Egyptian art are images of spotted horses.

    Part of any breed, Pintos are easily recognized by their patches of white. Usually either piebald or skewbald, these horses have hair but are characterized by their coloring. Piebald refers to a black and white spotting pattern while skewbald is the term for white and chestnut or bay patches. Popular in the United States, Pintos are strictly scrutinized by color, pattern, and other visual aspects.

    • Dimensions: 4.3" L x 1.4" W x 3.5" H
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