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Schleich Sea Turtle Figure
Turtles have adapted to life in the water. Their feet have developed the shape of paddles and their bodies are more streamlined than those of tortoises. That is why they are able to move so skilfully through the water. Their movements look like they were flying underwater. Except for the time they lay eggs, turtles spend their entire life in tropical and subtropical waters where they hunt for cephalopods, crabs and jellyfish.
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9.19 USD

Schleich Sea Turtle Figure

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Schleich Great White Shark Figure
This deep-sea predator, that can reach a length of up to nine metres and weigh more than two tons, feeds on fish, pinnipeds, octopus and turtles. Females are generally larger than males. Great white sharks are not only the largest hunting sharks; they also rank among the fastest fish in the oceans their streamlined body allows them to swim up to 32 kilometres per hour. When catching prey, these sharks precisely attack with roughly 50 triangular teeth. With one snap, great white sharks are able to devour 14 kilograms of food. Older teeth that are blunt are replaced by new ones that are as sharp as a razor blade. Great white sharks are loners. They can travel more than 65 kilometres a day and can reach over 40 years of age.
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9.19 USD

Schleich Great White Shark Figure

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Schleich Killer Whale Figure
Orcas are adaptable, social animals that are native to almost all the oceans. Their food depends on their respective environment. Orcas prefer pinnipeds, 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 coloured yellowish or orange, but in the course of time their skin turns white. Grown orcas have a length of up to eight metres 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.
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12.34 USD

Schleich Killer Whale Figure

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Schleich Dolphin Figure
Most people know dolphins from films or zoos. In the sea they live together in groups, so-called schools, in warm waters. These schools can consist of 15 to 100 individuals, sometimes up to 1,000. Dolphins are mammals and have an average length of 2.40 metres and weigh roundabout 230 kilograms. They feed on crabs, eels, squids and other species of fish. Foraging is done with the help of echolocation. They also make sounds to communicate with their fellow dolphins. Among each other these marine mammals keep company very fondly. They frequently keep good company with humans too. The U.S. Navy trains these clever animals to recognise underwater mines or to use them for other dangerous missions.
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8.40 USD

Schleich Dolphin Figure

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Schleich Hippopotamus Calf 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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6.56 USD

Schleich Hippopotamus Calf Toy Figure

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Schleich Peacock Toy Figure
The most striking feature of the magnificent coat of full-grown cocks is the tail-plumage of approximately 150 feathers out and displayed during courtship. Every single jewelled feather has an eyespot at the end. The hens also feature a small crown of plumes on their heads, but are otherwise rather unimpressive.
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8.66 USD

Schleich Peacock Toy Figure

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Schleich Velociraptor
Velociraptors were probably very intelligent dinosaurs who hunted in packs. Although they were only 70 centimetres tall these carnivores could overpower significantly larger prey. These dinosaurs reached speeds of up to 65 km/hour and were able to make quick turns thanks to their stiff tails. To eat their prey Velociraptors had eighty sharp curved teeth in their flat snout some of which were 2.5 cm long. Velociraptors are thought to be one of the most intelligent and swiftest dinosaurs. A cunning hunter.
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12.86 USD

Schleich Velociraptor

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Schleich Blue and Yellow Macaw Toy Figure
With their bright blue upper side, the golden underside, the white cheeks and their green forehead, Blue-and-Yellow Macaws are an iridescent and colourful parrot species. They grow to 90 cm of length, leaving a good portion of their weight to the imposing tail feathers. They are native to the tropical and subtropical forests of South America where they can be encountered along riverbanks. They feed on vegetable food like fruits, nuts and berries.
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8.66 USD

Schleich Blue and Yellow Macaw Toy Figure

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Schleich Blue Shark Figure
Blue sharks, also called "wolves of the sea", can grow up to 4 metres and weigh between 130 and 230 kilograms. They usually swim in packs. These seemingly lethargic swimmers feed on fish and cephalopods. Blue sharks find their prey with the help of a special sensory organ, the so-called "ampullae of Lorenzini". This sensory organ perceives electric fields that are created by all the animals in the water. Blue sharks can hunt and consume their prey until they grow very old because their teeth are arranged in rows and are replaced by new ones on a regular basis. In general, sharks grow and lose approximately 30,000 teeth in the course of their lives. Females have a skin three times as thick as the skin of males and bear 25 to 100 pups in their lifetime.
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7.88 USD

Schleich Blue Shark Figure

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Schleich Quetzalcoatlus
This flying reptile had a thin body and an enormous wingspan of up to thirteen metres. Quetzalcoatlus, named after an Aztec deity, was the largest animal capable of flight ever found. With its impressive wingspan of over thirteen metres, this reptile also had a long neck and head and legs measuring almost three metres in length. Covered in a light fur, this reptile was built like a bird, equipped with hollow bones and sturdy wings for flight with the ability to skim waters for food. Despite its size, Quetzalcoatlus probably only weighed a few hundred pounds.
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12.86 USD

Schleich Quetzalcoatlus

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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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23.36 USD

Schleich Carnotaurus Figure

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Schleich Shire Mare 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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10.24 USD

Schleich Shire Mare Toy Figure

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Schleich Black PanTher Toy Figure
Black panthers are leopards with black fur. They are considered as especially mysterious and noble cats of prey, and they are found in the rain forests as well as in higher altitudes areas. With their strong bodies, their excellent night vision and their distinct sense of smell, black panthers are successful nocturnal hunters. In order to keep lions or hyenas from stealing their dead prey, panthers take them up into the trees. After the tiger, lion and jaguar, the black panther is the fourth largest cat of prey.
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8.66 USD

Schleich Black PanTher Toy 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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31.24 USD

Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Schleich Brachiosaurus
It was over 23 metres long and over six metres tall, like a giraffe, this dinosaur grazed on treetops. With chisel-like teeth and a very sharp sense of smell, this plant-eater always found enough to eat. Unlike most another dinosaurs, the Brachiosaurus' front legs were longer than its hind legs which made it easier for this herbivore to reach its food. The brachiosaurus was one of the largest dinosaurs to ever live; it could reach 17 metres in height and weigh nearly ninety tonnes.
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23.36 USD

Schleich Brachiosaurus

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Schleich Grizzly Bear Toy Figure
Grizzlies are tall, strong animals - they stand up to 2.4 metres high and weigh roundabout 450 kilograms. They have sort of a hump on their back and strong hind limbs. Grizzly bears are able to run up to 55 kilometres per hour. They are loners and frequently behave aggressively. Sometimes they gather at waters to catch salmon. Since they are omnivores, these bears feed on fish, plants and large mammals like moose, deer and black bears. They are also known to steal food from wolves or humans.
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9.98 USD

Schleich Grizzly Bear Toy Figure

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Schleich Spinosaurus
The most striking feature of the eighteen metre tall carnivorous dinosaur was a large sail, made of skin, on its back. This deadly carnivore weighed several tonnes and could grow to be up to 17 metres long! The Spinosaurus had multiple sharp, straight teeth in its crocodile-like mouth. Its meals mainly consisted of other dinosaurs or fish. The intelligently designed sail on its back served several functions. In cold-blooded dinosaurs, the sail probably contributed to vital temperature regulation by collecting or distributing heat. It also served to impress potential mates.
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23.36 USD

Schleich Spinosaurus

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Schleich African Female Elephant Toy Figure
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.''
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10.76 USD

Schleich African Female Elephant Toy Figure

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Schleich Asian Male Elephant Toy Figure
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.
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10.24 USD

Schleich Asian Male Elephant Toy Figure

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Schleich Lipizzaner Mare Toy Figure
During the reign of the Habsburgs, both nobility and soldiery were interested in a strong but flexible horse breed they could use for their purposes. By the end of the 16th century, archduke Charles II founded a stud in Lipica where horses were bred to develop the breeds that are famous and popular today. Lipizzans demonstrate traditional dressage movements at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.
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9.45 USD

Schleich Lipizzaner Mare Toy Figure

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Schleich Hanoverian Mare Toy Figure
In Germany, Hanoverians have been successfully bred and advanced according to the highest standard since 1735. The Hanoverian is a typical, modern-day sport horse in rectangular format (longer than high). The Hanoverian is characterised by an excellent motion, predestined for the great sport. It can be trained for both dressage and show jumping at the highest level and is considered teachable, attentive, balanced, but also spirited.
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9.45 USD

Schleich Hanoverian Mare Toy Figure

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Schleich Allosaurus
The Allosaurus was a gigantic, carnivorous hunter over twelve metres tall. It walked on its hind limbs, had long, sharp saw-like teeth and two horns above its eyes. Standing more than five metres high and weighing more than a tonne, the Allosaurus was the largest carnivore of its time. It 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. The bones in its back were bulky and heavy. Although it had short arms, its front feet were armed with sharp claws which it could use to catch its victims. The Allosaurus often hunted in groups, which made it easier to catch its prey. The Allosaurus was an intelligent, aggressive predator with a lifespan of up to twenty years.
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23.36 USD

Schleich Allosaurus

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Schleich Shire Stallion 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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10.24 USD

Schleich Shire Stallion Toy Figure

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Schleich Stegosaurus
Due to the striking spikes on its tail and back plates, the Stegosaurus is one of best-known dinosaurs. With its interesting, prominent features, the Stegosaurus was a herbivore with plates on its back, a spiked tail, small head and long legs. With seventeen plates and spikes measuring about 30 centimetres in length, this dinosaur was always ready to defend itself. Measuring ten metres in length, the Stegosaurus had a brain no bigger than a walnut. Its hind legs were twice as long as its front ones.
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15.49 USD

Schleich Stegosaurus

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Schleich Hyacinth Macaw Toy Figure
With their cobalt-blue plumage, their bright yellow eye rings and their yellow spots on their lower beaks, Hyacinth Macaws are beautiful birds. Being one metre long, they are also the largest parrot species. They are native to south-west Brazil, the world's largest wetland. There, these social birds live in smaller family flocks consisting of permanent couples and their chicks. Hyacinth Macaws feed on seeds, fruits and nuts, after easily cracking them with their strong beaks.
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8.66 USD

Schleich Hyacinth Macaw Toy Figure

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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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7.88 USD

Schleich Dwarf Goat Toy Figure

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Schleich Seal Toy Figure
Harbour seals are a type of pinniped, native to all the temperate seas in the north. They are small and slender animals. The males can reach a length of 170 cm and weigh up to 100 kilograms and are thus considerably larger than the females. They live in the northern hemisphere both in the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean. Grown harbour seals solely feed on fish. They are clever and skilful swimmers. In some zoos, people can take a look at them doing their tricks in a seal show.
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9.19 USD

Schleich Seal Toy Figure

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