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Emma from our Toys Department says:

The reason I like Schleich is because each individual animal has variations in design and colour. Also there is a wide selection of sies. I think Scleich is a great way to teach children the different types of animal species. You can make them a collection for looking at on the shelf, or just generally have a play with them. The detail on each product is absolutely exquisite, so realistic!

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Schleich - Cheetah Cub, Figurine
Schleich - Cheetah Cub, Figurine
Baby cheetahs weigh just 300 grams when they are born. Their coat already has the typical black spots, and their face the unmistakable tear drop stripes. During their first months, baby cheetahs have a long, fluffy mane on the head and neck. Baby cheetahs are very helpless and only open their eyes after two weeks. When their mother is out hunting, they are completely defenceless against hungry lions and hyenas. The best possible camouflage is the only chance they have. A long, silver mane helps them here. It stands up like a mohican hairstyle and looks like long blades of grass from afar. Baby cheetahs learn to hunt for themselves when they are around six months old. After one or two years, the little ones are out of the woods and can fend for themselves. This figurine stands at 3.7cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard, making it easier and much more comfortable for children to hold and play with. This...
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£2.99
Panda Cub, Playing, Schleich Figure
Panda Cub, Playing, Schleich Figure
Panda bears start small. Extremely small. At birth they weigh just around 100 grams. That's as much as a bar of chocolate or a small yogurt. Apart from the Kangaroos, no other mammal gives birth to such small babies. After four weeks, the cubs have their typical black and white fur, after 6-8 weeks, they open their eyes for the first time. They remain with their mother for about two years and are very playful. Their mother likes to roll them back and forth gently and lovingly grapples around with them.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£2.99

Schleich - Sheep, Figurine
Schleich - Sheep, Figurine
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.
The new sheep is characterized by detailed precision in the structure of the coat and painting.
£4.49
Tiger, Schleich Figure
Tiger, Schleich Figure
The tiger's stripes are as varied and unique as fingerprints. Even the skin underneath is striped. At first glance, the striking pattern hardly seems to be beneficial. After all, the tiger does not want to be discovered by its prey immediately. When the tiger goes hunting in the twilight, it is however perfectly camouflaged with the stripes. They appear as tall grass moving in the wind or like fleeting shadows. Unlike many other "cats" and big cats the tiger swims well and likes it, too. Therefore, the water is not a safe place for many prey animals.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£6.49

Schleich - Pig, Figurine
Schleich - Pig, Figurine
Pigs are mostly pink and have a bristly fur. But depending on the breed, they can be brown, black or pied. It is said that the animals are dirty, because they like to wallow in mud. In fact, they simply make themselves a cooling mudpack in hot weather, just as elephants do. In addition, the mud protects against insect bites. Some people even keep pigs as pets - because they are very peaceful, sensitive, social, curious and intelligent.
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£4.49
Tiger, White, Schleich Figure
Tiger, White, Schleich Figure
White tigers are breathtakingly beautiful. They have a snow-white fur and strong, bright blue eyes. They differ from normal tigers because fur, skin and eyes cannot form red and yellow pigments. However, they are not albinos, for those always have red eyes. White tigers usually live in zoos because in the wild they would have little chance of survival. Because their fur is missing the camouflage, prey would discover them quickly and run away early enough.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£6.49

Schleich - Dilophosaurus Figurine
Schleich - Dilophosaurus Figurine
After the Compsognathus and the Velociraptor, the Dilophosaurus was one of the fastest prehistoric saurians. Despite its six metre-long body, it weighed only 500 kg and had long, powerful hind legs, with which it could easily reach speeds of up to 38 km/h. It had two striking bone crests on its skull, which also led to it being called the "Double Crested Lizard". They were indeed big and long, but too thin to defend itself with. Scientists believe that they were used to impress rivals. Schleich figurines are made from high quality, softened plastic, meaning they're pleasant to touch, and not too hard. This 14.1cm figurine is high detailed and features a moving lower jaw
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children’s hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature – from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£10.49
Schleich - Cheetah Female, Figurine
Schleich - Cheetah Female, Figurine
Cheetahs are the fastest land animals in the world. With their slim bodies and powerful, long legs, they can accelerate up to 120 km/h within a few seconds. Cheetahs are perfectly adapted to the savannah. They only need to drink water every three to four days. Cheetahs are excellent hunters. First of all they approach their prey very carefully until they are within a few metres, then when the time is right, they run at lightning speed. If the fleeing prey suddenly changes direction, the Cheetah can simply turn its body mid-leap. Its flexible spine makes this possible. However, if they have no success after a few hundred metres, they have to give up. The high speed is so energy-sapping, they can only keep it up for a short distance. This figurine stands at 6.5cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard, making it easier and much more comfortable for children to hold and play with. This figurine features no moving...
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£4.99

Seal Cub, Schleich FigureSeal Cub, Schleich Figure
Seal Cub, Schleich 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.
The seal and the seal cub form a small family.
£2.99
Tyrannosaurus Rex, Schleich Figure
Tyrannosaurus Rex, Schleich Figure
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.
If this powerful predatory dinosaur lost one of its dagger-like teeth, a new one would grow back within a matter of weeks.
£14.99

Schleich - Lamb, Figurine
Schleich - Lamb, Figurine
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.
The two new lambs are unbelievably sweet. They appear fluffy and soft thanks to the elaborate modeling.
£2.99
Giganotosaurus, Orange, Schleich Figure
Giganotosaurus, Orange, Schleich Figure
Giganotosaurus was a powerful predator in the Late Cretaceous period. It is easy to be confused with the more famous Tyrannosaurus Rex. But experts know that the bones of the Giganotosaurus were more robust and his teeth were shorter than those of its famous relatives. He also had a small brain. Both were very dangerous animals in any case.
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£14.99

Lion, Roaring, Schleich Figure
Lion, Roaring, Schleich Figure
The larger the mane of a lion, the more frightening it is for intruders of its territory, which it defends. Lions are the only ones who hunt together in prides - although this task is usually left to the lionesses. Since they are not very fast, unlike the cheetah, they use their strength as a pride. They prowl from different directions, circle their prey and use the element of surprise. That way they can kill large ungulates such as wildebeest and zebras and even buffalos and weak elephants.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£5.49
Cat, Standing, Schleich Figure
Cat, Standing, Schleich Figure
Cats have an extraordinary sense of balance. And even if they should fall, they hardly get hurt. It is even said that they always land on their feet. And it is true: If they fall back first, they first turn the head and front legs towards the floor, then the spine and then back legs. By stretching the legs and spreading their paws, they stop the fall additionally - like a parachute. With this ability, they can absorb almost any impact gently.
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£2.99

Schleich - Standing Piglet, Figurine
Schleich - Standing Piglet, Figurine
Pigs are very social animals and care lovingly for their litter. If they can be born outside, the pregnant mother pig digs a homely hollow and fills it with soft branches, grass and leaves before she gives birth to her litter. In it, the litte ones are born and after a few minutes they start looking for the teat to slurp tasty breast milk. Their mother even sings them while they suckle on her. At least it sounds like it in the ears of the piglets. It consists of grunts at different pitches and intervals.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£2.99
Tiger Cub, White, Schleich Figure
Tiger Cub, White, Schleich Figure
White tigers are breathtakingly beautiful. They have a snow-white fur and strong, bright blue eyes. They differ from normal tigers because fur, skin and eyes cannot form red and yellow pigments. However, they are not albinos, for those always have red eyes. White tigers usually live in zoos because in the wild they would have little chance of survival. Because their fur is missing the camouflage, prey would discover them quickly and run away early enough.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£4.49

Grizzly Bear, Female, Schleich Figure
Grizzly Bear, Female, Schleich 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.
The Grizzly family was reworked completely and is now characterised by much more details.
£5.99
Hedgehog, Schleich Figure
Hedgehog, Schleich Figure
Hedgehogs are deaf and blind when they are born and their quills grow even before their senses develop. At birth the quills still have soft hair so they do not injure themselves or their mother. The hedgehog's main method of defence is to stick out their quills, which they control using tiny individual muscles, and to then roll up into a ball where the quills stick out in all directions. This way the attacker has only one small point of access which is smaller than the tip of a finger. Hedgehogs grow to about 20 centimeters long and can be several years old. These animals are known as omnivores and feed on insects, amphibians, bird eggs, mushrooms, melons, berries and snakes. Thanks to their immunity against snake poison, which is the result of an additional protein in their body, hedgehogs can even hunt poisonous snakes.
The hedgehog is now a much improved model.
£2.99

Polar Bear Cub, Walking, Schleich Figure
Polar Bear Cub, Walking, Schleich 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.
The polar bear cub, which has been remodeled in the course of the product update, complements the polar bear family.
£2.99
Schleich - Giraffe Calf , Figurine
Schleich - Giraffe Calf , Figurine
At the time of their birth, baby giraffes already weigh 50 kilograms and fall from a height of two metres to the ground. But they don't hurt themselves and can already run after a short time. Newborn baby giraffes are already 180 centimetres tall – as big as a grown man. Baby giraffes are reared together with other young animals in a kind of kindergarten. A female giraffe from the herd acts as the "nursery school teacher" and looks after the calves while the other mothers search for food. If predators approach, she immediately raises the alarm. Then the female giraffes stand protectively in front of their babies and kick at the attackers. At around four months, they start to pluck and eat the small leaves from trees, but they still suckle from their mothers until they are ninth months. This figure stands at 11.95cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and easy on children's hands. This figure contains no moving parts....
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£4.49

Tiger Cub, Schleich Figure
Tiger Cub, Schleich Figure
The tiger's stripes are as varied and unique as fingerprints. Even the skin underneath is striped. At first glance, the striking pattern hardly seems to be beneficial. After all, the tiger does not want to be discovered by its prey immediately. When the tiger goes hunting in the twilight, it is however perfectly camouflaged with the stripes. They appear as tall grass moving in the wind or like fleeting shadows. Unlike many other "cats" and big cats the tiger swims well and likes it, too. Therefore, the water is not a safe place for many prey animals.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£4.49
Schleich - African Elephant Calf, Figurine
Schleich - African Elephant Calf, Figurine
Newborn baby elephants already weigh 100 kilograms and are 90 centimetres tall. After just half an hour they can stand on their own legs and run with the herd. At birth, a baby elephant falls from a height of around 7 centimetres. But this doesn't harm it. Baby elephants are still quite clumsy after their birth and must first learn how to handle their trunks. They are still not able to feed themselves with it, so suckle from their mothers for the first year. In the process they gain a good kilo in weight each day. It is very important that they grow big quickly, because a lion or crocodile can hardly cause any harm to healthy, adult animals. If a predator does come dangerously close, the adults form a circle around the young. They are well protected in the middle. This figurine stands at 5.2cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard, making it easier and much more comfortable for children to hold and play with....
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£4.49

Zebra Foal, Schleich Figure
Zebra Foal, Schleich Figure
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...
Zebras have night vision which helps them to keep an eye on their predators.
£2.99
Schleich - African Reed Frog, Figurine
Schleich - African Reed Frog, Figurine
African reed frogs are very small and colourfully patterned. They can climb really well and live in ponds or rivers at altitudes of up to 2,400 metres. They croak beautiful melodies at night. If African reed frogs lose a finger, they can let grow again. An African reed frog weighs two grams and is 15-30 millimetres tall. This makes it lighter than a 1 cent piece and not much taller than a 2 euro coin. It is a passionate singer with extraordinary talent. It is able to create sounds similar to that of a xylophone. But that is not its most exciting feature. It can simply grow back lost body parts again and transform from a male to a female (or vice versa) as and when needed. This figurine stands at 2.1cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard, making it easier and much more comfortable for children to hold and play with. This figurine features no moving parts.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£2.99

Schleich - Mini Shetty Foal, Figurine
Schleich - Mini Shetty Foal, Figurine
With mini Shetland ponies, it is usually love at first sight. They are extremely gentle, good-natured and very intelligent. At the same time they are also a little bit cheeky and like to get their will. But that is exactly what makes the Mini Shetty so adorable. Although they are very small, they are extremely strong and can carry or pull heavy. It used to be used as a pit pony in mines once. Today, they are especially ideal for children or for pulling carriages.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£2.99
Hyena, Schleich Figure
Hyena, Schleich Figure
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. This is why hyenas always look as if they ducked. 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 of the African savannah. At dusk they prey on larger ungulates, but they also do not despise small animals, such as insects or reptiles. Sometimes they also take the prey of other predators, such as lions or leopards. Hyenas eat their prey completely, because they can even digest their bones. Only hairs are regurgitated again. Hyenas live in packs of up to 80 animals, always headed by a dominant female.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£5.49

Alligator, Schleich FigureAlligator, Schleich Figure
Alligator, Schleich Figure
The alligator is a dangerous predator with exceptionally strong jaw muscles. Only the white shark can bite harder than him. The interesting thing: Only the muscles that close the jaws are extremely strong. The muscles that open the snout are so weak that they can be closed with simple tape. Compared to the saltwater crocodile, alligators are smaller and much wider. They live only in rivers and lakes in the south-eastern part of the United States and China.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£6.49
Arctic Wolf, Schleich Figure
Arctic Wolf, Schleich Figure
The Arctic wolf lives in the Canadian Arctic islands and northern Greenland. It is so cold there that the soil does not thaw, even in "summer". But not only the temperatures are a challenge for the wolf. In search of prey, it has to travel up to 30 km per day. Sometimes it goes for weeks without food, especially during the winter, when it is pitch dark for 4-5 months. But the habitat also provides an advantage: This far north, humans can hardly prey on it.
You can find me in the Toys department on the 1st floor.
£4.49

Killer Whale, Schleich Figure
Killer Whale, Schleich 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.
In case of the sea animals, a design to scale was discontinued in favour of figurines sized for better shelf space efficiency and consumer play handling. As with all Schleich figurines they continue to be modeled in realistic detail and beautifully painted.
£7.49
Schleich - Andalusian Mare, Figurine
Schleich - Andalusian Mare, Figurine
The Andalusian is a racy, elegant horse. Actually the breed is called "Pura razza espanola", in English "pure Spanish breed". The Andalusian is known for the elegant curve of its neck. In the 15th century, monks began to breed the Andalusians in the south of Spain. With its graceful appearance, it enchanted especially nobles and kings. Therefore, only few would guess that the Andalusian has long been used as a cavalry horse. Although it was always known for his courage and strength, it is rather their elegance that distinguishes it. It is a unique dressage horse and even dominates the famous leap into the air, which is otherwise known only from the higher riding school of the Lipizzaner horse. This figurine stands at 11cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic that makes it soft to the touch, and not rock solid. This figurine features no moving parts.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children’s hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature – from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£6.49

Hippopotamus, Schleich Figure
Hippopotamus, Schleich 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.
The modified hippopotamus is much more detailed and beautiful in its modeling.
£5.99
Squirrel, Eating, Schleich Figure
Squirrel, Eating, Schleich Figure
Squirrels live on their own or with others in their nest, called a drey, and spend most of the day finding food. Except whilst a morning napping, squirrels look for leaves, grass, twigs and other objects necessary to build their nests as well as nuts and seeds to eat. Because they are keen-eyed and have sensitive whiskers, these rodents are wary of predators like cats. Since squirrels build up lots of different winter stock lairs, they do forget some of the places afterwards. Their food varies according to season. Amongst others, they feed on insects and caterpillars.
The eating squirrel is modeled and painted true to detail. It replaces the former model.
£2.99

Baby Rabbits, Playing, Schleich Figure
Baby Rabbits, Playing, Schleich Figure
The rabbit, a popular pet - particularly at Easter - can be classified in almost fifty breeds. Rabbits are herbivores and these little furry animals need fresh water regularly. Rabbits can survive low temperatures and can therefore be kept indoors or outside. They have a life expectancy of about ten years. Rabbits are sociable, somewhat jumpy animals that often gnaw through fencing and other objects in their cages. They are adaptive, playful and after some practice, react to their name.
Three young rabbits at play; each one of a different color and so sweet that you have to have one.
£4.49
Polar Bear, Schleich Figure
Polar Bear, Schleich 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.
Polar bears are perfectly adapted to life in the eternal ice of the Arctic. They can even swim for long distances in ice cold water.
£5.99

Schleich - Dimetrodon Figurine
Schleich - Dimetrodon Figurine
One of the first giants of the dinosaur world was the Dimetrodon. It had a sail on its back made of skin and bones and was an excellent hunter. It even killed prey bigger than itself.The Dimetrodon moved like a lizard, since its legs were on the side of its body. The Dimetrodon was a dreaded apex predator, which lived about 300-270 million years ago - thus 40-70 million years before the first prehistoric saurian. It was not a "real" dinosaur, but rather a prehistoric reptile which was surprisingly closely related to mammals. It preyed upon reptiles, amphibians and fish, which it tore into pieces with its many razor-sharp teeth. Its scientific name essentially means "two measures of teeth", because its teeth were of different sizes.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children’s hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature – from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£8.99
Crocodile, Schleich FigureCrocodile, Schleich Figure
Crocodile, Schleich Figure
The saltwater crocodile is the most dangerous of all crocodiles. It holds the record for the largest crocodile: It can weigh up to a ton, as much as a small car. While most crocodiles live in rivers and lakes, the saltwater crocodile is the only one that can deal with both fresh water and saltwater of the seas. In addition to the saltwater crocodile, there are many other kinds, a total of 25. These include, for example, the Nile crocodile, the armoured crocodile, alligators and caimans.
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£6.49

Eagle Owl, Schleich Figure
Eagle Owl, Schleich Figure
Its bright orange-yellow eyes and long ear tufts easily identify the eagle owl. It has excellent hearing and can even hear the rustle of a mouse in the grass 100 metres away. Its face veil acts sort of like a satellite dish. It directs the sound towards the ears. In addition, the owl can see very well, even at night when it's pitch dark. But because it cannot move its eyes, the eagle owl simply turns its head. Its neck is so flexible that it can rotate it by 270 degrees.
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£4.99
Schleich - Donkey, Figurine
Schleich - Donkey, Figurine
The domestic donkey comes originally from the African donkey. It copes well with hot temperatures and makes little demands on its food. It is often described as stubborn and stupid when he stops for seemingly no reason at all and refuses to move on. However, the opposite is the case. Donkeys cannot run as fast as horses, so it would be senseless for them to flee in panic in a dangerous situation. They first try to consider if they are actually in danger and if so, what would be the best escape route.
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£5.49

Baby Alligator, Schleich Figure
Baby Alligator, Schleich Figure
Although alligators build a nest, they do not incubate their eggs themselves. They would break the eggshells with their extremely heavy weight. Instead, they collect plants that rot slowly. This does not sound very appetizing, but when the plants rot, they create warmth, thus hatching the eggs. If the temperature is less than 34 degrees, female alligators hatch, male alligators hatch if the temperature is more than 34 degrees. The young stay around their mother for up to two years and feed on small fish, frogs or insects until they are grown.
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£2.99
German Shepherd Puppy, Schleich Figure
German Shepherd Puppy, Schleich Figure
The German Shepherd dog was originally bred to herd sheep. But no matter what task you give it, it will take on any challenge enthusiastically and master it with unparalleled determination and great courage. Therefore, it is also ideal as a guide dog, a dutiful guard and police dog and as a reliable rescue dog. When well trained, it is also a great family dog and very chield-friendly. But the energetic, active dog would not be satisfied with a life on a sofa.
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£2.99

Pentaceratops, Schleich Figure
Pentaceratops, Schleich Figure
Measuring 7.5 meters in its length and standing 2.5 meters tall, the Pentaceratops was one of the largest ceratopsid dinosaurs. Unlike the more famous Triceratops, the Pentaceratops had a five-horned skull. All ceratopsids had a powerful frill, which was probably little used to defend themselves. In all likelihood, the Pentaceratops had the largest known skull of all land-living animals. Quite a thick skull.
With its great painting and aggressive pose, the Schleich Pentaceratops is another attractive dinosaur in our assortment.
£9.99
Schleich - Donkey Foal, Figurine
Schleich - Donkey Foal, Figurine
The donkey has been serving mankind for thousands of years and can be used for a variety of tasks. Donkeys are very efficient mammals. They support the farmer at his work, transport loads, sire mules, keep horses company, tend sheep and are even kept as pets. In many regions they are also appreciated for their ability to live in the desert. Thanks to their robust stomachs and an ability to extract water from food, donkeys are superior to horses in that aspect. Donkeys were well-known for their use in war and their general reliability. Their numbers and popularity continue to grow.
The new donkey foal, like most of the new Schleich animal babies, is wonderfully sweet. Thanks to the precise attention to detail on the model and the painting, it is also true-to-life and appears almost lifelike.
£2.99

Schleich - Giraffe Female, Figurine
Schleich - Giraffe Female, Figurine
Why do giraffes have spots? It is hard to imagine that they would serve as camouflage for such large animals. But it is true: From afar, giraffes look like a big tree. A healthy, adult giraffe can kill a lion with a single, hefty kick. Despite the camouflage spots in their fur, giraffes do not always remain undetected by predators. But they know to defend themselves and can kick really hard with their front hooves. They mainly do this if they want to protect their young, because the adult animals are normally rarely attacked. Anyone who has the opportunity to look at giraffes from close up can easily distinguish the females from the males. They are somewhat smaller and have thin horns with a small tuft of fur on top. Giraffe bulls, in contrast, have thick horns with no fur on top. This figure stands at 17.2cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and easy on children's hands. This figure contains no moving parts.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£5.99
Schleich - African Elephant Male, Figurine
Schleich - African Elephant Male, Figurine
The memory of an elephant is legendary: Even after many years, it can still remember where to find waterholes, or recognise those elephants from which it was separated. Elephants recognise their own reflection. They are among the very few animals able to do this. Elephant bulls are considerably bigger than elephant cows. Reaching heights of almost four metres, they are the second largest land animals after giraffes. They also weigh five to six tonnes, which makes them the heaviest of all land animals. African elephant bulls usually leave their herd when they are about twelve years old. By then they are grown-up enough to find their own food and defend themselves, so they move through the country with other bulls or as a loner – in search of another herd. This figurine stands at 12cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard, making it easier and much more comfortable for children to hold and play with. This...
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£6.99

Cobra, Schleich Figure
Cobra, Schleich Figure
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 similar predator) is extremely nimble and outmoves the attacks of the cobra until it is exhausted and vulnerable.
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£4.49
Lioness, Schleich Figure
Lioness, Schleich 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.
The lioness was remodeled with greater detail as part of the product update.
£4.99

Schleich - Clydesdale Gelding, Figurine
Schleich - Clydesdale Gelding, Figurine
Clydesdales are large, coldblood horses with long, powerful legs and long, thick hair over their fetlocks. They are intelligent, brave and – despite their size – extremely gentle. Clydesdales are named after the River Clyde that flows through south-west Scotland. Many Clydesdales can be easily identified from their white legs. This hair is also known as “feathering”. These horses often have a brown coat, but they can also be black, sorrel or roan. Clydesdales are often used as draught horses. For instance, they may haul tree trunks through terrain that is too difficult for tractors to traverse. They are easy to train and keen learners. But they’re also excellent horses for riding. However, because the horses are so big, you need special, extra-large saddles to ride them. This figure stands at 12.3cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and not too hard.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£7.49
Schleich - Flamingo, Figurine
Schleich - Flamingo, Figurine
Flamingos have striking reddish-to-pink coloured feathers. Their long legs, curved neck, and the kink in their thick beaks are also unmistakable features. The Chilean flamingo has vivid red bands on its legs. The flamingos owe their beautiful colour to plankton-like algae and small crustaceans. They contain certain dyes, which turn the feathers of the birds pink. The more they eat, the stronger the colour becomes. The less they eat, the whiter the flamingos are. Babies and young animals are also white-grey instead of pink to start with. Scientists are still puzzled as to why flamingos often stand on one leg. It is believed they draw up a leg to conserve body heat and save energy. This figure stands at 8.4cm tall and is made from high quality, softened plastic, making it pleasant to touch, and easy on children's hands. This figure contains no moving parts.
As a manufacturer of toys we carry a special responsibility towards parents and children. It is our aim to constantly live up to the image of a developer and supplier of top quality products with an educational aspect. Our products are developed with the assistance of parents, teachers and children and are therefore especially designed for children's hands. The design of our products is as realistic and naturalistic as possible. This enables children to experience the large variety of nature - from domestic animals on a farm to wild animals in the jungle. When deciding on licensing products such as comic figurines we pay careful attention to their character and the message they carry. Educational aspects play a more important part than possible sales potential.
£4.49

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