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  1. Schleich Dwarf Goat 13715

    Schleich Dwarf Goat 13715

    $4.99

    These cheeky and cuddly Dwarf goats are usually born as twins or triplets.

     

    Dwarf goats originally come from West Africa, which is why they are also referred to as "West African Dwarfs." They arrived in Europe back in the 17th century. Today, they are especially popular as petting zoo animals.

    • Dimensions: 12" L x 2.4" W x 2.2" H
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  2. Schleich Red Fox 14648

    Schleich Red Fox 14648

    $4.99

    Foxes can jump one yard vertically.

    Described as a cat-like canine, foxes have eyes similar to a cat's and like to pounce on their prey. Thanks to their keen sense of hearing, foxes can pounce with precision, knowing exactly where dinner is. Although they are generally nocturnal, foxes can change their schedule according to the human population where it resides. Living in dens, both male and female foxes help to raise their young, called kits. Instilling life skills, foxes live by standards that include burying uneaten food, saving it for later. Foxes are generally about three feet long, weighing around thirty pounds.

    • Dimensions: 1.2" L x 3.1" W x 2" H
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  3. Schleich Asian Elephant Calf 14655

    Schleich Asian Elephant Calf 14655

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    Asian elephants can be tamed. They are often used as working animals.

     

    Asian elephants look similar to African elephants, but with shorter tusks and smaller ears. These elephants never stay more than a few days in one place and have different habitants which are, however, always near thicket forests. Asian elephants live in family groups made up of two to ten elephants. Like with African elephants, the groups are led by an alpha female who makes sure that all members of the herd follow the group's rules. Experts think that elephants, thanks to their large brains, can empathize with other herd members and are able to retain information with ease such as the difference between individuals, memories of a drought or the location of good feeding grounds.

    • Dimensions: 1.2" L x 3.1" W x 1.8" H
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  4. Schleich Emperor Penguin Chicks 14618

    Schleich Emperor Penguin Chicks 14618

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    Penguins can dive to depths in the ocean equivalent to the height of a seventy story building.

     

    The second largest species of penguin, the King Penguin is three feet tall and weighs thirty five pounds on average. With its streamlined body, this penguin can swim with little drag with the aid of its flippers. With the aid of a special gland, these birds can drink the water they swim in. To live in harsh conditions, this penguin has four layers of feathers to keep warm and seventy feathers per square inch! The inner three layers are composed of down feathers. The outermost layer of feathers is oiled and waterproof. On land, penguins waddle or toboggan, sliding propelled by feet or flippers. Penguins love to eat fish and squid, but large birds and aquatic mammals love to eat penguins.

    • Dimensions: 1.18" L x 2.56" W x 1.38" H
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  5. Schleich Wolf 14605

    Schleich Wolf 14605

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    A wolf's tail constitutes one quarter of its body length.

     

    Wolves are carnivorous canines that vary in size depending on their habitat. They travel in packs led by the Alpha pair. They hunt in packs too; this way they can take down bigger prey. A prey that stands its ground has a better chance for survival since wolves can chase their prey, reaching speeds of forty miles per hour with the help of their specialized paws and body structure. By marking their hunting territory, wolves are one step closer to ensuring their survival and their need for almost two tons of meat per year. To combat the elements, wolves have thick fur made up of two layers. The top layer contains guard hairs which repel dirt and water while the bottom layer insulates their body.

    • Dimensions: 3.1" L x 1.2" W x 2.4" H
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  6. Schleich African Elephant Calf 14658

    Schleich African Elephant Calf 14658

    $4.99

    The elephant's trunk is a unique and very sensitive organ. It is used to smell, touch and grip.

     

    African Elephants are the largest members of the elephant family and thus the largest land animals. They have four toes on their front feet and five on their hind feet. African Elephants live in large herds which are divided into smaller families. The eldest and largest female is the matriarch and leads the others on the endless quest for food and water. Elephants spend up to sixteen hours a day searching for grass, branches, fruit and creeping plants. Elephants have a rugged but flexible hide, a long trunk and two ivory tusks. They use their amazingly moveable trunk to communicate with one another through touch and smell. Elephant calves are suckled for up to five years. Elephant cows stay with their mother until they are ready to bear young themselves and start their own family. Calves stay with their mother for up to twelve years until they leave to join a "bachelor herd."

    • Dimensions: 1.8" L x 3.5" W x 2" H
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  7. Schleich Wolf howling 14626

    Schleich Wolf howling 14626

    $4.99

    A wolf's tail constitutes one quarter of its body length.

     

    Wolves are carnivorous canines that vary in size depending on their habitat. They travel in packs led by the Alpha pair. They hunt in packs too; this way they can take down bigger prey. A prey that stands its ground has a better chance for survival since wolves can chase their prey, reaching speeds of forty miles per hour with the help of their specialized paws and body structure. By marking their hunting territory, wolves are one step closer to ensuring their survival and their need for almost two tons of meat per year. To combat the elements, wolves have thick fur made up of two layers. The top layer contains guard hairs which repel dirt and water while the bottom layer insulates their body.

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  8. Schleich Dalmation 16346

    Schleich Dalmation 16346

    $4.99

    The hairs in a Dalmatian's coat are barbed, making them stick to almost any type of fabric.

     

    Dalmatians are named after the region they're from -- Dalmatia, an area in Croatia along the Adriatic Sea. Puppies are completely white when they're born. They develop their own unique pattern of dark brown or black spots within a few weeks. Eye color may be brown, blue, or a combination thereof. Ten percent of Dalmatians are born deaf, but that doesn't stop them from doing their jobs: for thousands of years Dalmatians worked as carriage dogs-they walked alongside horse-drawn chariots and then carriages, encouraging the horses to move forward. Before the motorized car was invented, fire trucks were actually just horse-drawn vehicles, and the Dalmatian urged the horses to run as fast as they could to the blazing fires. Nowadays, they're just along for the ride.

    • Dimensions: 4" L x 2.7" W x 1.3" H
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