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Dromedary Mare Figurines
The beautiful figures from Schleich are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for childrens hands. True To life modelling, in compliance with all relevant safety regulations, meticulously handpainted. Schleich figures are wonderfully realistic and naturalistic, with intricate design and impressive crafsmanship. It is a vintage item and is not now in production so it is rare and very, very collectable.
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10.87 USD

Dromedary Mare Figurines

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Schleich Ray Figure
Manta rays are harmless to humans. They can reach a length of five to nine metres and weigh more than three tons. Mantas are native to tropical and subtropical seas up to a depth of 150 metres. With their elegant movements it looks like they were flying through the water.
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10.02 USD

Schleich Ray Figure

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Schleich Seahorse Toy Figure
Although seahorses hardly look like it, they are indeed fish - from the hippocampus family to be exact. Seahorses live in tropical and moderate seas, off the coast of south-east Australia and New Zealand. They use their curled tail to grip seaweed or other seahorses. Seahorses propel themselves very slowly with the help of their transparent dorsal fin. The tiny pectoral fin is for steering.
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7.73 USD

Schleich Seahorse Toy Figure

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Schleich Seagull Toy Figure
Gulls are medium-sized birds that live on the coast. Thanks to their long, slim wings they are excellent gliders. These white and grey feathered birds are omnivores and feed above all on anything they can get from the sea. Along the coastline they are often seen in a flock, loudly following fishing boats where they feed on the fish waste. Gulls can be found almost all over the world, where they are more common in moderate and cold climates. They breed in colonies in the niches of cliffs whereby the parent birds share caring for the brood.
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9.16 USD

Schleich Seagull Toy Figure

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Schleich Polar Bear Toy Figure
Together with the grizzly bear, the polar bear is the largest land-dwelling predatory animal on earth. Weighing in at more than 500 kg and measuring almost 3 m in length, this bear is twice as large as a Siberian tiger. In order to withstand the extreme Arctic cold, polar bears have a thick layer of fat. They also have an undercoat and a layer of transparent protective fur. This allows them to hunt and swim in very low temperatures. Polar bears are very good swimmers and have been sighted as far as 300 km from the coast. They need a highly sensitive sense of smell when hunting for food and can smell things located 1.5 metres away or buried under a layer of ice one metre thick! Their hearing and vision are comparable with those of a human being. Polar bears are solitary animals but do not have defined territories and enjoy playing with each other. Mating takes place in May and during gestation, the female polar bear nearly triples in weight.
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10.87 USD

Schleich Polar Bear Toy Figure

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Schleich Carnotaurus Figure
Carnotaurus is a carnivorous predatory dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous. It lived approximately 70 million years ago. The only specimen ever found was excavated in Argentina. The Carnotaurus had a length of 9 metres and an estimated weight of 1.5 to 2 tons. His jaw was more rounded than that of his relatives, and his teeth looked like bended knife blades. Surely it was one of the most dangerous predators of its time.
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25.46 USD

Schleich Carnotaurus Figure

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Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary. Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front legs armed with just two claws since they did not even reach his mouth. Nearly seven metres tall and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus Rex was probably not a very skilled hunter, but rather a scavenger which probably fed on the leavings of other animals. It had more than fifty teeth measuring more than 15 centimetres in length which it used not for chewing but rather for tearing, since it swallowed its food in large chunks. To improve depth-perception when searching for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus Rex were oriented toward the front such that the fields of vision of both eyes overlapped.
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34.05 USD

Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Schleich Giant Turtle
Item size in cm (L x W x H): 8,5 x 5,3 x 3,6 Giant turtles carry large, bony shells on their back that house their head and appendages when danger calls. The largest animal in its habitat, the giant turtle plays a role similar to the elephant's. In its rigorous search for food, it creates pathways that are used by other animals. Turtles can live in groups or on their own; but either way, these reptiles rest during the day after searching for food in the morning. Although stereotyped to be slow and cautious, turtles are known for being speedy when tempted by a treat, being great swimmers and even reaching too far by standing on their hind legs, falling back on their shell. This would result in death though as they are unable to get back on their feet. Turtles have a great defense against predators and danger as they can tuck themselves into their carapace and wait securely. On average, male giant turtles can be almost four feet long, weighing over five hundred pounds. Fun Facts: The oldest recorded giant turtle died at the age of 176.
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9.16 USD

Schleich Giant Turtle

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Schleich Zebra Foal
Item size in cm (L x W x H): 7,1 x 2,9 x 6,2 With bold white stripes, zebras zig-zag. 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. Fun Facts: Zebras have night vision which helps them to keep an eye on their predators.
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7.73 USD

Schleich Zebra Foal

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Schleich Hen
Item size in cm (L x W x H): 4,5 x 2,0 x 4,5 Varying in color according to age and gender, chickens are feathered in browns, whites, and creams. Popular for their eggs and meat, chickens can be housed at a home, at a farm or by the thousands. For its health benefits and supply, chicken is consumed across the globe. As omnivores, chickens eat insects, seeds, and even mice and lizards. Throughout a three week long incubation, hens incubate and rotate their eggs, fertilized or not. Living up to a decade, chickens generally stay on land but have been known to fly in short bursts. As a flock, chickens abide by a pecking order. This way, the dominant birds always get first choice. Fun Facts: Internationally, there are more chickens than any other fowl.
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7.15 USD

Schleich Hen

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Schleich Hippopotamus Toy Figure
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 metres and weighing up to two tons, hippos rank among the largest land mammals. They can grow quite old - often up to forty years.
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10.87 USD

Schleich Hippopotamus Toy Figure

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Schleich Walking Polar Bear Cub Toy Figure
The polar and grizzly bears are the largest animal predators on Earth. Weighing more than 500 kilos with a length of almost 3 meters, this bear is double the size of a Siberian tiger. Polar bears have a thick layer of fat in order to be able to defy the extreme Arctic cold. They also have an undercoat and a layer of transparent protective hair. As a result they can swim and hunt in very low temperatures. Polar bears are very good swimmers and have even been seen 300 kilometers from the coast. When searching for food the polar bear has the benefit of a highly sensitive sense of smell. They can perceive a smell that is one and a half kilometers away or buried one metre under the snow! Their hearing and sight are comparable to that of a human. Polar bears are loners, but they have no fixed territory and enjoy playing with each other. The mating season is in May and during gestation the female polar bear almost triples her weight.
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7.73 USD

Schleich Walking Polar Bear Cub Toy Figure

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Schleich Lioness Toy Figure
Lions range the African savannah in prides which comprise of related females, their offspring and one individual male. Once a male reaches adulthood it is cast out from the pride and must look for its own group. Lionesses hunt in a team. Together they can overcome large prey such as zebras, buffalos, giraffes, hippos and even young elephants, but they are not averse to eating the remains of other animals' meals. Lions sleep up to twenty hours a day and both males and females defend their pride against intruders. The roar of a lion is very loud and audible up to a distance of eight kilometers. Lions roar in order to communicate with one another and to frighten intruders. The male and female have light brown fur. The males have thick brown manes which grow longer and darker the older they get.
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10.02 USD

Schleich Lioness Toy Figure

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Schleich Frisian Mare Toy Figure
The ancestors of today's Friesians which originally came from the Netherlands bravely carried knights into battle, worked modestly in farming and were victorious participants in trotting races. Today Frisians are used as coach and dressage horses, in the circus and in numerous other situations. Long hair on the legs, so-called feathers, a thick mane and a handsome tail are characteristics of this active horse. Today only black Friesians are bred (their coat is only ever black). This breed reaches a height of between 1.4 and 1.7 meters at the withers and is admired for its elegant trot.
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10.30 USD

Schleich Frisian Mare Toy Figure

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Schleich Male Zebra
With bold white stripes, zebras zig-zag. 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.
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9.44 USD

Schleich Male Zebra

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Schleich Knabstrupper Stallion Toy Figure
Loudly colored in a leopard pattern, Knabstrupper horses wear spotted coats all year long. In 1812, the Knabstrupper breed began with Flaeb's mare, also known as Flaebehoppen, who was bred at Knabstrupgaard in Denmark after a series of purchases. Known for being loud in color, Knabstruppers were highly sought after in Europe. Eventually being bred with Appaloosas, this step ensured less inbreeding and success in the reestablishment of Knabstruppers. Divided into three different types, Knabstruppers are typified as Pony, Baroque, and Sport, each with their own individual strengths. All Knabstruppers are prized for their health and kind temperament.
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10.02 USD

Schleich Knabstrupper Stallion Toy Figure

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Schleich Sawfish Toy Figure
Sawfish are members of the ray family. The most conspicuous characteristic of this unusual fish is its saw. This is a cartilaginous prolongation of the head which has many teeth along its sides. The sawfish uses this saw to kill swarm fish by swinging its weapon back and forth in the swarm of fish. There is also a sensory organ in the saw which can sense the finest electro-magnetic signals from hidden crabs in the sand. The sawfish can then easily dig out the crabs and eat them. These fish, up to 8 meters long, live in tropical and sub-tropical waters and astonishingly in both salt and fresh water. As a result, this conspicuous fish can be found close to the coast of the Pacific as well as far up the Amazon river.
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10.02 USD

Schleich Sawfish Toy Figure

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Schleich Sea Lion
The Schleich ranges of hand painted animals are perfect for enjoyable role play - build up a collection for hours of fun. All animals are in scale to produce families, and are CE tested and approved. 5 Years +
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10.02 USD

Schleich Sea Lion

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Schleich Dwarf Goat Toy Figure
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.
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8.58 USD

Schleich Dwarf Goat Toy Figure

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Schleich Snowy Owl Toy Figure
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.--Item size in cm (L x W x H): 5,5 x 5,5 x 5,5
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10.02 USD

Schleich Snowy Owl Toy Figure

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Schleich Sheep Toy Figure
Sheep have been used as productive livestock for centuries and provide meat, skin and wool. As herbivores and ruminants they are busy with either grazing or ruminating. As there are hundreds of breeds, there can be huge differences between these mammals with regard to coat and size. Sheep weigh between 45 and 180 kilos and can reach an age of between ten and twenty years. They compensate for their limited spatial vision with excellent hearing and a very sensitive sense of smell. In the herd, sheep usually follow the instructions of a shepherd, but they also have their own hierarchy.
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8.58 USD

Schleich Sheep Toy Figure

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Schleich Simmental Calf
Item size in cm (L x W x H): 7,2 x 3,5 x 4,8Simmental cattle are patched in red and white. Originally from the valley of the Simme River in Switzerland, Simmental cattle are one of the oldest and most distributed cattle breeds. A part of the creation of other breeds, Simmental cattle have many desirable traits that have led to the success of many breeds in Europe. Their best traits include their use as draught animals as well as their use in beef and in dairy. With quickly growing calves, this breed is prized for its maturity. Fun Facts: Simmental cattle have been documented since the Middle Ages.
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8.58 USD

Schleich Simmental Calf

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Schleich Shire Foal Toy Figure
With a maximum weight of more than 1,200 kilograms and 1.78 metres at the withers, the calm Shire horse is the largest breed in the world. The biggest Shire horse ever measured was a gelding standing 2.19 metres high. These horses are considered gentle giants because despite their height, they have a very calm temper.
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8.58 USD

Schleich Shire Foal Toy Figure

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Schleich Female Bernese Mountain Dog
The Bernese mountain dog, originating from the Alps region, is a gain for every family. These dogs enjoy human company and want to be in the thick of it all the time. Bernese mountain dogs are gentle and friendly and know how to behave. they like being outdoors, particularly in the winter months. Regular tasks are weekly grooming and daily walks. Bernese mountain dogs generally weigh around 45 kilos and carry out draught, shepherding and driving tasks.
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8.58 USD

Schleich Female Bernese Mountain Dog

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Schleich Male Mandrill Toy Figure
Mandrills are a type of primate from the forests of Central Africa. The bright blue and red areas in their face and backsides and their yellow beards make them one of the most colorful mammals in the world. Mandrills are omnivores which feed mostly on fruit and seeds. While the females and young animals look for food in the trees, the males stay on the ground; however, they do sleep in the trees. Mandrills live in groups of up to 200 animals.
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9.44 USD

Schleich Male Mandrill Toy Figure

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Schleich Moose Bull Toy Figure
Item size in cm (L x W x H): 12,0 x 8,7 x 9,2 Making this tall forest dweller even taller are the antlers he carries on his head. Known as elk in Europe, moose are the largest of all the deer family. These large animals have elaborate forking antlers and long dark brown hair. They live in northern forests where alder, aspen, and willows abound. Moose are particularly well adapted to cold weather and prefer to live where summer temperatures don't get any hotter than sixty degrees. They eat newly grown leaves, as well as the tips of twigs. Their twelve sets of broad teeth at the rear of the mouth, six pairs of molars and six pairs of premolars, help them grind up even the toughest woody plants. Their rutting (or breeding) season lasts from early September to late October. Each year during the rut they lose their antlers; they then re-grow another set during the winter that follows. Most of the year, moose stay away from people, but during rutting season they've been known to charge people, cars, and even houses! Fun Facts: Moose's antlers fully grow within three to five months, making them one of the fastest growing organs in animals.
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9.44 USD

Schleich Moose Bull Toy Figure

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Schleich Texas Longhorn Cow Toy Figure
Analogous to its name, the Texas Longhorn bull has handlebar-like horns on its head. 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.
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10.30 USD

Schleich Texas Longhorn Cow Toy Figure

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Schleich Valentine's Day Smurf Toy Figure
A giant heart for Valentine's Day.
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9.44 USD

Schleich Valentine's Day Smurf Toy Figure

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Schleich White-Tailed Doe Toy Figure
White-tailed deer graze mornings and evenings. They are herbivores and feed on green plants and nuts. Deer live in small groups, usually only the mother and its calves. The males have magnificent antlers and live in small groups of three or four animals. Both the male deer and doe have a red-brown coat in the summer and a grey one in the winter. As they now have almost no natural enemies, deer populations are sometimes so large that they cannot find enough to eat. Deer are ruminant animals like cows, which means they have four stomachs and ruminate half-digested food. This complicated procedure allows the deer to eat twigs for example, which most animals cannot digest.
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9.16 USD

Schleich White-Tailed Doe Toy Figure

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