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Schleich Blue Shark
Schleich Blue Shark
Blue sharks have a revolving set of teeth, which means used teeth are replaced easily. 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”....
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Schleich Blue Whale
Schleich Blue Whale
Whales have their "nostrils" on their back. These are called blowholes. Blue whales are the largest and heaviest animals that have ever lived on Earth. These mammals can weigh more than 200 tons and grow over 33 metres long. They are named after their blue and grey-ish colouring on their upper side. Their underside is usually anywhere from white to yellowish. Blue whales are baleen whales, using their...
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Schleich Dolphin
Schleich Dolphin
Dolphins have a larger brain than humans. They are considered very clever animals. 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,...
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Schleich Great White Shark
Schleich Great White Shark
Great white sharks have a revolving set of teeth, which means used teeth are replaced easily. 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...
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Schleich Killer Whale
Schleich Killer Whale
Orcas hunt pinnepeds and other sea animals at a speed of up to 55 kilometres per hour. 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...
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Schleich Ray
Schleich Ray
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. Binomial name: Manta. Global Home: Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean. Primary Habitat: Sea. Item size:...
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Schleich Sawfish
Schleich Sawfish
Sawfish swing their saw across the sea floor and root out the crabs hidden in the sand. 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...
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Schleich Sea Turtle
Schleich Sea Turtle
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,...
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Schleich Seahorse
Schleich Seahorse
In the case of the seahorse, it is the male that hatches the eggs. At birth the fry are literally thrown out of the male's pouch. 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...
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