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The panda's distinctive black and white fur make is one of the world's most recognizable and cutest animals. They are also an endangered species, with only about 1600 left in their native habitat in South Central China. Pandas can be found munching on bamboo and other grasses.
- Set includes two large and two small panda bear figures.
- Pandas feature black and white pattern and posable heads.
Recommended for ages four and up.Learn More
Choking hazard - Small parts - Not for children under three years of age.
When foals are first born, they can't eat grass because their long legs make it impossible for them to reach it.
Originally from the Netherlands, ancestors of the modern-day Frisians valiantly carried Knights into battle, humbly worked on the farm, and victoriously competed in trotting races. Now, Frisians hold the privilege of serving as carriage horses, dressage competitors, circus participants, and many more. This active horse has countless desirable features including 'feathers' on their lower legs, thick manes and tails, healthy bone structure, good carriage, and willing temperaments. Ranging between fourteen and seventeen hands, this breed boasts a beautiful trot.Learn More
SHARK! Keep an eye on the water, the coast guard says there's a shark lurking in the water!
- Perfect for bathtime and swim time, this figure floats!
- Moveable jaw for some serious shark-biting action.
This grey shark resembles the Great White Shark. It features zig-zag teeth (not sharp), gills, and the iconic dorsal fin! Molded in a powerful swimming action pose.
Recommended for ages four and up.Learn More
Choking hazard: not for infants under three years of age.
Asian elephants are not as large as their African relatives. In addition, they also have 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: 2.2" L x 5.3" W x 3.3" H
Add this haflinger mare to your Schleich collection. Schleich models are all hand painted to be very detailed and look realistic.
Haflingers are popular horses for sport and leisure. They were originally destined for both agricultural and wood-land works, particularly in mountainous areas.
Item size in inches (L x W x H): 5.51 x 1.18 x 3.15Learn More
A giraffe's heart can measure two feet long and weigh twenty-two pounds.
Giraffes are the tallest land mammals-- their babies can reach six feet tall when they're born! Each giraffe has a unique pattern of spots on its coat -- subspecies of Giraffe are, in fact, differentiated by color and pattern variations as well as by geographic range. Some Giraffes are recognized by their rounded or blotched spots -- some with star-like extensions on a light tan background, running down to the hooves. Despite the Giraffe's unusually long neck, it has the same number of vertebrae as humans -- only seven. Giraffes graze far and wide across the southern African bush and savannah, browsing the tops of trees for new shoots. Giraffes can go for two or three days without water, just like camels. They have several knobs, called ossicones, on their heads that are covered with fur. Giraffes sleep for only up to an hour at a time and can survive without sleep for an entire day. They spend most days just ambling around, but when they decide to run, they're fast and can reach up to thirty five miles per hour! Some Giraffes live in herds of up to fifteen, but the social structure constantly changes.
- Dimensions: 4.1" L x 1.4" W x 6.9" H
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