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Toys & Games

  • Schleich Wild Life Panda Cub Toy Figure 14734

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    Schleich Wild Life Panda Cub Toy Figure 14734

    £2.66
    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...
  • Schleich Wild Life Wombat Toy Figure 14834

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    Schleich Wild Life Wombat Toy Figure 14834

    £3.96
    The wombat from Schleich® Wild Life has, as it does in nature, grey-brown fur, a large head and remarkably short legs. Wombats are small marsupials that live on the Australian continent. Their body shape doesn’t make them look agile but they...
  • Schleich Eldrador Shadow Panther Toy Figure 42522

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    Schleich Eldrador Shadow Panther Toy Figure 42522

    £7.89
    Careful! The Shadow Panther from Schleich® Eldrador® Creatures prowls through the jungle undergrowth like a dark phantom. His jet black coat lets him move invisibly through the shadows to ambush his enemies. If an intruder comes too close, he...
  • Schleich Wild Life Zebra Foal Toy Figure 14811

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    Schleich Wild Life Zebra Foal Toy Figure 14811

    £3.96
    Zebra foals can run just 20 minutes after birth. Zebra foals can run with the herd just 20 minutes after birth. In the first days, however, the mare stays very close to her foal, so that it can acquaint itself with her scent, appearance, and voice. Zebra...
  • Schleich Wild Life Koala Bear Toy Figure 14815

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    Schleich Wild Life Koala Bear Toy Figure 14815

    £3.95
    Koalas are quite the sleepy heads. They spend about 14 hours each day taking extensive naps. The rest of the time, they are busy eating eucalyptus leaves. They consume about a kilogram of them every day. They are very picky and will only go for 12 of the...
  • Schleich Wild Life Wolf Toy Figure 14821

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    Schleich Wild Life Wolf Toy Figure 14821

    £4.32
    It is said that wolves howl at the moon, but their sounds actually serve to communicate with each other. By howling, they want to draw the attention of the other pack members to something important, call them to hunt together, or try to drive away wolves...
  • Schleich Wild Life Gorilla Male Toy Figure 14770

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    Schleich Wild Life Gorilla Male Toy Figure 14770

    £5.56
    Male gorillas often beat their fists on their chests. Male gorillas often beat their fists on their chests. They do so to show who is the strongest in the group. However, it can also be a kind of greeting. Gorillas don’t just walk on the palms of...
  • Schleich Wild Life Sloth Toy Figure 14793

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    Schleich Wild Life Sloth Toy Figure 14793

    £3.96
    The sloth spends almost its entire life in the trees of tropical rainforests. The sloth spends almost its entire life in the trees of tropical rainforests. Its curved claws give it a firm grip on the branches of the trees. Since it always hangs from the...
  • Schleich Farm World Cat Sitting Toy Figure 13771

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    Schleich Farm World Cat Sitting Toy Figure 13771

    £2.66
    Cats are fascinating because of their graceful, lithe movements, their expressive eyes and their picture-perfect fur patterns. Cats have an extraordinary sense of balance. And even if they should fall, they hardly get hurt. It is even said that they...
  • Schleich Wild Life Sperm Whale Toy Figure 14764

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    Schleich Wild Life Sperm Whale Toy Figure 14764

    £7.89
    The sperm whale has a pale, waxy oil called spermaceti in its head. This allows it to dive up to 3,000 metres deep and remain under water for up to two hours. The sperm whale has set several records. It is the largest toothed whale and has the biggest...
  • Schleich Wild Life Lion Toy Figure 14812

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    Schleich Wild Life Lion Toy Figure 14812

    £4.32
    In order to become the leader of the pack, lions must win a duel. In order to become the leader of the pack, lions must win a duel. The larger their mane, the more respect they are shown by their rival. But not only does it look breath-taking – it...