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Schleich Cobra
Schleich Cobra
The most famous is probably the spectacled cobra. It is named because of their showy spectacle-shaped markings on the neck hood. If a fakir with a "dancing" snake is shown in movies, it's usually a spectacled cobra. Also famous is the King Cobra. With 5.59 metres it is the longest venomous snake in the world. It may be surprising, but also cobras have enemies. The Indian mongoose (a small marten like...
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Schleich Kangaroo
Schleich Kangaroo
Kangaroos are able to attain speeds of forty miles per hour while hopping. Red kangaroos live in the arid plains of central Australia and are the largest surviving marsupials anywhere in the world -- they can grower taller than a full grown man! Marsupials give birth to their babies early and then carry them in protected pouches until they can survive on their own. Red kangaroos' babies, or joeys,...
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Schleich Asian Elephant Calf
Schleich Asian Elephant Calf
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. Indian elephants look similar to African elephants but have shorter tusks and smaller ears. Although they do not stay in one spot for more than a few days, the habitat of this elephant varies but is often close to areas of scrub-forest. Indian elephants live in family groups that are composed of between two and ten elephants. As with the...
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Schleich Asian Elephant Female
Schleich Asian Elephant Female
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. Indian elephants look similar to African elephants but have shorter tusks and smaller ears. Although they do not stay in one spot for more than a few days, the habitat of this elephant varies but is often close to areas of scrub-forest. Indian elephants live in family groups that are composed of between two and ten elephants. As with the...
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Schleich Asian Elephant Male
Schleich Asian Elephant Male
Elephants can consume over five hundred pounds of food per day. Indian elephants look similar to African elephants but have shorter tusks and smaller ears. Although they do not stay in one spot for more than a few days, the habitat of this elephant varies but is often close to areas of scrub-forest. Indian elephants live in family groups that are composed of between two and ten elephants. As with the...
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Schleich Giant Panda Cub
Schleich Giant Panda Cub
The Bamboo Bear spends up to fourteen hours per day eating over eighty pounds of his favourite dish -- you guessed it -- bamboo! He even has a special 'pseudothumb' which he uses to handle bamboo stems. This bear is usually five feet tall and weighs three hundred pounds. In the wild, pandas live to be around twenty years old; but, in captivity, they may be able to live a decade more. Generally living...
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Schleich Giant Panda Female
Schleich Giant Panda Female
The Bamboo Bear spends up to fourteen hours per day eating over eighty pounds of his favourite dish -- you guessed it -- bamboo! He even has a special 'pseudothumb' which he uses to handle bamboo stems. This bear is usually five feet tall and weighs three hundred pounds. In the wild, pandas live to be around twenty years old; but, in captivity, they may be able to live a decade more. Generally living...
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Schleich Giant Panda Male
Schleich Giant Panda Male
The Bamboo Bear spends up to fourteen hours per day eating over eighty pounds of his favourite dish -- you guessed it -- bamboo! He even has a special 'pseudothumb' which he uses to handle bamboo stems. This bear is usually five feet tall and weighs three hundred pounds. In the wild, pandas live to be around twenty years old; but, in captivity, they may be able to live a decade more. Generally living...
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Schleich Panda Cub (Playing)
Schleich Panda Cub (Playing)
The Bamboo Bear spends up to fourteen hours per day eating over eighty pounds of his favourite dish -- you guessed it -- bamboo! He even has a special 'pseudothumb' which he uses to handle bamboo stems. This bear is usually five feet tall and weighs three hundred pounds. In the wild, pandas live to be around twenty years old; but, in captivity, they may be able to live a decade more. Generally living...
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Schleich Young Gibbon
Schleich Young Gibbon
Several species of gibbon have a throat pouch with which they can roar unbelievably loudly. Louder than loud! Gibbons are apes from the South East Asian jungle that live in trees. They have conspicuously long arms and a thumb which is very close to the wrist with which they have perfected the art of swinging from tree to tree. Thanks to this mode of movement, unique to the animal world, these tailless...
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Schleich Tiger
Schleich Tiger
Tigers, one of the most endangered animals in the world, are the largest of all living cats. They live in forests, grasslands, and swamps where they hunt alone for animals such as deer, wild pigs, and buffalo. (They also eat smaller creatures like fish and birds or even other large predators like leopards.) They've been known to eat up to eighty pounds of meat in a single feeding! Tigers can travel...
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Schleich Tiger Cub
Schleich Tiger Cub
Tigers, one of the most endangered animals in the world, are the largest of all living cats. They live in forests, grasslands, and swamps where they hunt alone for animals such as deer, wild pigs, and buffalo. (They also eat smaller creatures like fish and birds or even other large predators like leopards.) They've been known to eat up to eighty pounds of meat in a single feeding! Tigers can travel...
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Schleich White Tiger
Schleich White Tiger
Although they may appear to be albinos, white tigers are just a color variation of the Bengal tiger. Infrequent in the wild but widely bred in zoos, the white tiger, like other tigers, makes its home in grasslands, forests, and wetlands where they find food. Usually, tigers target the last animal in a herd. With a roar that can be heard three miles away, tigers usually live on their own but can get...
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Schleich White Tiger Cub
Schleich White Tiger Cub
Although they may appear to be albinos, white tigers are just a color variation of the Bengal tiger. Infrequent in the wild but widely bred in zoos, the white tiger, like other tigers, makes its home in grasslands, forests, and wetlands where they find food. Usually, tigers target the last animal in a herd. With a roar that can be heard three miles away, tigers usually live on their own but can get...
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