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Schleich African Buffalo
Schleich African Buffalo
In the mountains, buffalos climb up to 4000 metres’ altitude and always live near the water. Cape buffalo form family groups of 3-10 animals. However, they can also form herds of several hundred. The herd is directed by a female while an adult male has the dominant position. During the day they wallow in watering holes, rest in the shade or wander within their territory. They will not leave this...
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Schleich African Penguin
Schleich African Penguin
African penguins are the only species of penguin in Africa. African penguins are non-violent birds that can have a length of up to 70 cm. These penguins got their name because of their distribution on the coast of Africa. They have a characteristic black and white plumage and a pink area that goes from their black beak towards their eyes, which looks like a pair of glasses. African penguins have a...
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Schleich Fruit Bat
Schleich Fruit Bat
Just like bats, flying foxes sleep hanging upside down in trees. Flying foxes are a species of mammal that look like huge bats. Despite an enormous wingspan of up to 1.7 meters, these animals are completely harmless. They feed only on plants. In addition to their size, there are further differences between them and bats, to which they are related to. For example, most species of flying fox are not...
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Schleich Hyena
Schleich Hyena
Hyenas can even bite through bones and digest them. On the first glance, spotted hyenas look like oversized dogs. Striking are their long necks, powerful skull, brown spots on a yellowish-brown coat and the sloping topline. Their appearance helped these predators to their bad reputation. To human observers, they often seem threatening and insidious. Indeed spotted hyenas are the most successful hunters...
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Schleich Leopard
Schleich Leopard
Leopards have fur with numerous rosettes on their flanks, spots on their head and neck, and a white area on their tails. The spots help them to stay camouflaged at night, and the white area on their tails helps the mother communicate with her cubs. Although females spend over half their life taking care of cubs, males are mostly solitary, living in the same territory as lions and tigers up to age twenty...
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Schleich Ostrich
Schleich Ostrich
Ostriches run up to 70 km/h through the African savannah. An incredible speed when you consider that they are 2.8 metres tall and weigh up to 160 kg. In addition, ostriches lay the largest eggs in the world. They weigh up to 2.5 kg, and their shell is so hard that a grown man can stand on it without it breaking. It is said that the birds stick their heads in the sand when at risk. The truth, however,...
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Schleich Pelican
Schleich Pelican
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'...
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Schleich Rhinoceros
Schleich Rhinoceros
The horn of a rhinoceros can grow to up to 1.5 metres in length. The rhinoceros is a huge, heavy hoofed animal with fearsome horns. Nevertheless, it is a passionate herbivore. With the horns, it defends itself against hyenas, fights against rivals or digs up tasty roots. Although the skin of rhino looks very thick, it is actually very thin and delicate, just like the skin of elephants. To cool off...
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Schleich African Elephant Calf
Schleich African Elephant Calf
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. African elephants are the largest of the elephant species, making them the largest land animal. They have four toes on the forefeet and five toes on the hind feet. African elephants live in large clans that splinter off into smaller families. The oldest and largest female is the matriarch who leads the others in the endless search for...
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Schleich African Elephant Female
Schleich African Elephant Female
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. African elephants are the largest of the elephant species, making them the largest land animal. They have four toes on the forefeet and five toes on the hind feet. African elephants live in large clans that splinter off into smaller families. The oldest and largest female is the matriarch who leads the others in the endless search for...
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Schleich African Elephant Male
Schleich African Elephant Male
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. African elephants are the largest of the elephant species, making them the largest land animal. They have four toes on the forefeet and five toes on the hind feet. African elephants live in large clans that splinter off into smaller families. The oldest and largest female is the matriarch who leads the others in the endless search for...
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Schleich Chimpanzee Female with Baby
Schleich Chimpanzee Female with Baby
Chimps use tools such as spears and branches to get their next meal. Incredibly social creatures, chimpanzees live in large communities made up of smaller family groups of three to six apes. These communities can have fifty to one hundred fifty animals and are led by one dominant male called the Alpha. In the wild, female chimpanzees give birth every five or six years, and the babies can stay with...
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Schleich Chimpanzee Male
Schleich Chimpanzee Male
Chimps use tools such as spears and branches to get their next meal. Incredibly social creatures, chimpanzees live in large communities made up of smaller family groups of three to six apes. These communities can have fifty to one hundred fifty animals and are led by one dominant male called the Alpha. In the wild, female chimpanzees give birth every five or six years, and the babies can stay with...
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Schleich CrocodileSchleich Crocodile
Schleich Crocodile
Crocodiles live up to one hundred years and their teeth are replaced as they wear out. Waiting for their prey, crocodiles creep around in muddy water and then jump out to catch their next meal. Crocodiles generally eat fish, mammals or birds. After they eat their meal, crocodiles may swallow some rocks to help them digest their food. Their tail helps them move fast both in the water and on land. Some...
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Schleich Giant Tortoise
Schleich Giant Tortoise
The oldest recorded giant tortoise died at the age of 188. The largest animal in its habitat, the giant tortoise plays a role similar to the elephant's. In its rigorous search for food, it creates pathways that are used by other animals. Tortoises 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...
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Schleich Gorilla Male
Schleich Gorilla Male
A silvery grey fur develops on older gorillas which is why they are called "silverbacks." Gorillas are the largest living representatives of the primate family. Despite their prominent canine teeth and muscular bodies, they feed almost exclusively on plants. The males are significantly larger than the females. The gorillas' habitat in the jungle of Central Africa is continuously being encroached upon...
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Schleich Hippopotamus
Schleich Hippopotamus
The skin of a hippopotamus secretes a natural sunscreen that is red or orange coloured. Although they are herbivores, hippos are considered to be the most ferocious animals in Africa due to their aggressive nature. They make quite an impact on land as they can reach speeds of thirty miles per hour when running. They can also change the course of swamps and waterways by keeping to the same paths day...
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Schleich Hippopotamus Calf
Schleich Hippopotamus Calf
The skin of a hippopotamus secretes a natural sunscreen that is red or orange coloured. Although they are herbivores, hippos are considered to be the most ferocious animals in Africa due to their aggressive nature. They make quite an impact on land as they can reach speeds of thirty miles per hour when running. They can also change the course of swamps and waterways by keeping to the same paths day...
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Schleich Lion (Roaring)
Schleich Lion (Roaring)
Lions live in a pride which is led by a strong male. Usually the females hunt gnus and antelopes together. 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,...
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Schleich Lioness
Schleich Lioness
Lions live in a pride which is led by a strong male. Usually the females hunt gnus and antelopes together. 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,...
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Schleich Mandrill Female with Baby
Schleich Mandrill Female with Baby
Although mandrills have the formidable canine teeth of a predator, they feed almost entirely on plants. 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 colourful mammals in the world. Mandrills are omnivores which feed mostly on fruit and seeds. While the females and young...
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Schleich Mandrill Male
Schleich Mandrill Male
Although mandrills have the formidable canine teeth of a predator, they feed almost entirely on plants. 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 colourful mammals in the world. Mandrills are omnivores which feed mostly on fruit and seeds. While the females and young...
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Schleich Zebra Female
Schleich Zebra Female
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...
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Schleich Zebra Foal 14393
Schleich Zebra Foal 14393
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...
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