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  1. Schleich Peregrine Falcon 14633

    Schleich Peregrine Falcon 14633

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    When swooping down on their prey, Peregrine falcons can easily reach speeds of 124 miles/h, making them one of the fastest animals on earth.

     

    Peregrine falcons are the most widespread type of birds of prey. They are found on every continent on earth except for Antarctica. Even in urban areas, they are now finding artificial breeding cliffs. Peregrine falcons are highly specialised bird hunters, catching their prey right in the air with spectacular manoeuvres.

    • Dimensions: 1.8" L x 3.7" W x 2.5" H
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  2. Schleich Allosaurus 14512

    Schleich Allosaurus 14512

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    As a teenager, Allosaurus could gain as much as one tenth its adult body weight.

     

    Another meat-eating dinosaur, Allosaurus had a unique skeleton. Instead of having ribs that were attached to other bones in its body, this dinosaur had ribs that were attached to its skin. Its vertebrae were different too; the bones in its back were bulky and heavy. Standing at a height of over sixteen feet and weighing over one ton, this predator was the biggest carnivore around. Even though it had short arms, its hands had sharp claws for catching plant-eating dinosaurs. Often, Allosaurus would hunt together in groups, making it easier to take down their prey. Living into its twenties, Allosaurus was an intelligent and fierce predator.

    • Dimensions: 6.4" L x 2" W x 3.4" H
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  3. Schleich Pelican 14673

    Schleich Pelican 14673

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    Due to their heavy weight, pelicans are not the most elegant creatures when taking flight or landing. Making up for their lack of elegance is the fact that they can fly for long distances.

     

    Pelicans are very large aquatic birds with a wingspan which can reach over 3 metres. Pelicans live around the shores of oceans, rivers and lakes since their diet consists almost exclusively of fish. The pelicans' most distinctive feature is their long beak with a throat pouch on the bottom. This allows the pelican to use its beak like a scoop when hunting for fish and carry even large fish. Pelicans' feathers are usually white with black sections on their wings. Sometimes they even appear slightly pink or grey.

    • Dimensions: 2.9" L x 3.9" W x 3.5" H
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  4. Schleich Stork 14674

    Schleich Stork 14674

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    Their beak makes a characteristic rattling sound.

     

    The white stork is a very large, white bird with black wings, red legs and a beak which is just as red. It eats whatever small animals it can find, such as frogs and mice. Storks are migratory birds. The white storks living in Central Europe migrate year in, year out to South Africa where they escape the winter. In the Spring, they always return to the same place. Storks raise their young in large nests which they often build in chimneys or church steeples.

    • Dimensions: 2.7" L x 1.4" W x 3.5" H
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  5. Schleich Shropshire Sheep 13681

    Schleich Shropshire Sheep 13681

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    Because of their funny appearance, Shropshire sheep have been made into heroes of various children's series for quite some time. They have amusing adventures as clay figurines.

     

    Shropshire sheep are an old English domesticated breed with a light-coloured coat and a dark-coloured head. These animals are very low-maintenance which is why they're very popular with the farmers. Farmers happily let them graze amongst fruit and conifer crops since they don't chew up the young shoots.

    • Dimensions: 1.2" L x 3.5" W x 2.4" H
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  6. Schleich Alpaca Stallion 13703

    Schleich Alpaca Stallion 13703

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    Alpacas come in many colours. They run the gamut from white to various shades of brown to black. Of course, there are also spotted Alpacas.

     

    Alpacas, originally from the Andes of South America, are a domesticated type of camel which is now raised in Europe for its wool. There are two types of Alpacas: Huacaya and Suri. The former have fine, crimped hair, the latter curly and straight strands. Like all camels, Alpacas also have a three-part stomach and a gummy plate in the upper jaw instead of incisors.

    • Dimensions: 1" L x 2.9" W x 3.3" H
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  7. Schleich Snowy Owl 14671

    Schleich Snowy Owl 14671

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    Snowy owls have a thick feather coating on their feet. These are their "snow shoes" which protect them from the cold.

     

    The snowy owl is a relatively large species of owl whose primary white colour represents an adaptation to their snowy habitat. Whereas young snowy owls are rather greyish in colour, this changes as they get older. The females exhibit dark spots and bands and older males are often completely white. Because of the scarcity of food in their habitant, snowy owls also hunt during the daytime. They mostly feed on small mammals, but occasionally they eat fish as well.

    • Dimensions: 2.2" L x 2.2" W x 2.2" H
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  8. Schleich Zebra Female 14392

    Schleich Zebra Female 14392

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    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 3.3" H
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  9. Schleich Kangaroo 14603

    Schleich Kangaroo 14603

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    Kangaroos are able to attain speeds of forty miles per hour while hopping.

     

    Red kangaroos live in the arid plains of central Australia and are the largest surviving marsupials anywhere in the world -- they can grower taller than a full grown man! Marsupials give birth to their babies early and then carry them in protected pouches until they can survive on their own. Red kangaroos' babies, or joeys, remain in their mother's pouches for up to a year while she nurses and nurtures them. Red kangaroos are herbivores; this means they only eat plants. They can go long periods of time without water as long as they have access to green plants. They're nocturnal and spend their days sleeping or resting. When male kangaroos fight, it looks like they're boxing. They stand on their hind legs and push, jab, and kick at each other. Red kangaroos have powerful legs and can jump as much as thirty feet in one bound. They live in groups called mobs that range anywhere from thirty to over three hundred animals. Females have a bluish-gray coat with a hint of brown and are called 'blue flyers.'

    • Dimensions: 3.4" L x 1.4" W x 3.7" H
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  10. Schleich St. Bernard Male 16379

    Schleich St. Bernard Male 16379

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    Centuries ago St. Bernards were search and rescue dogs, creditied with rescuing two thousand people.

     

    In the 1600s, these canines were housed at the St. Bernard Hospice. Originally employed to work or keep company, they were found to navigate well in snow. Able to locate and revive lost travelers, St. Bernards were responsible for saving numerous lives. As a popular breed today, St. Bernards are known for their gentleness with children. Sometimes stubborn, these dogs are in no hurry but do need adequate exercise.

    • DImensions: 4.1" L x 1.4" W x 2.6" H
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