Farm World Blind Bag
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Series 2 of the Schleich blind bag collectible series! Collect them all.
Farm World Blind Bag
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Quokkas are peaceful little marsupials. They belong to the family of kangaroos and are therefore also called short-tailed kangaroos. Quokkas live in a small area in the south-west of Australia and are often referred to as the happiest animals in the world, because they seem to smile all the time – due to their mouth shape.
Poke-a-Dot - An Alphabet Eye Spy Board Book
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Giant tortoises are large and can weigh over 400 kg. Like the giant tortoise from Schleich® Wild Life, they have short but powerful legs that they use to move around in the search for fresh grass and herbs. The reptiles can reach an impressive age and often live more than 100 years in the wild.
Water Wow! Fairy Tale - On the Go Travel Activity
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Water Wow! Animals - On the Go Travel Activity
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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 about 300 eucalyptus species.
GREAT WHITE SHARK
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The great white shark is the largest predatory fish on the planet. The way its teeth work is somewhat reminiscent of a revolver and they consist of several rows. When one of its sharp, triangular teeth breaks out of the front row, it is quickly replaced by another from the row behind it. New replacement teeth are constantly growing.
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A rabbit's favourite foods are juicy herbs, fresh clover, salad, twigs and peelings. Rabbits are very sociable animals. When sensing danger, they thump their hind legs on the ground so as to warn their relatives. If a predator comes too close, they flee in zigzag formation.
On the Go ColorBlast No-Mess Coloring Pad - Animals
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On the Go ColorBlast No-Mess Coloring Pad - Sea Life
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Band-in-a-Box - Hum! Jangle! Shake!
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PONEY MARE & FOAL
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Most Dartmoor foals are born between May and August, and are just 50 to 60 cm tall at birth. Adult Dartmoor ponies reach a maximum height of 127 cm. Even today, most Dartmoor ponies still roam free in south-west England. They form small herds led by a stallion.
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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 branches upside down, the sloth’s fur grows from its belly towards its back, instead of growing from its back or head. This allows rainwater to drain away better.
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Hens lay between 250-300 eggs per year. Although it may look that way at first, no two eggs are the same. They are of varying size and never have the same colour. They can be white, light or even dark brown. Even the small spots and speckles are always a littl
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Tarantulas are among the largest spiders in the world. In contrast to many other spiders, they do not spin a web, but lay in wait for their prey – especially frogs, mice and birds. People don't have to be afraid of them. Tarantulas may have a strong bite, but they are good-natured, and their venom is weaker than that of bees.
Dimensions: 3.15 x 2.76 x 0.79 inch (W x D x H)
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The Llama from Schleich® FARM WORLD has a thick, white coat. Its wool is wonderfully soft, warm, and perfect for people with allergies. Llamas are hump-less camels that originate in the South American Andes, and eat plants and grasses. They have a split upper lip and are known for spitting at rivals in order to establish ranking within their herd. Despite this, they are extremely gentle and friendly towards people.
Dimensions: 2.76 x 1.02 x 3.7 inch (W x D x H)
Water Wow! Alphabet - On the Go Travel Activity
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Poke-A-Dot: Favorite Color
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GOLDEN RETRIEVER, FEMALE
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The golden retriever, one of the most popular dog breeds, has a long history. The credit for the development of this breed is due to Lord Tweedmouth, who wanted to breed a strong, but gentle dog. Golden retrievers are the perfect family dog and need only daily exercise and sufficient attention. These sociable and sporty dogs have a friendly character. They like to swim and carry things in their mouths - take care where you put your shoes!
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Hammerhead sharks feed on sardines, herring and mackerel. In the past it was thought that they killed prey by hitting it with their heads. Now we know that the unusual head shape allows improved vision. Just like the hammerhead shark from Schleich® Wild Life, the eyes are located on the outside left and right of their head and give the predator a 360 degree view. The snout allows them to sense electromagnetic signals of their prey.
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After birth, lion babies have a sand-coloured fur coat with dark, circular spots. They are well camouflaged in the savannah. Within the first four to six weeks, they remain in a den. At the age of three months, they are strong enough to follow their mother wherever she goes.
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Sheep have a cuddly wool that protects them from the cold in winter. But why does wool actually stay so nice and warm? It is a very airy material that still manages to trap body heat. At the same time, it can absorb a lot of moisture, providing a pleasant, dry warmth.
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Shark Tank Bathtub Ball
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Mini Vehicle Set
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On the Go ColorBlast No-Mess Coloring Pad - Fairies
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Poke-A-Dot: Goodnight, Animals
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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 that don’t belong to the pack. Their cries can be heard for many kilometres.
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White-tailed fawns have lots of small white spots on their fur. These serve as camouflage, since the dots make them harder to spot in high grass. When its mother is off looking for food, the white-tailed fawn hides in the tall grass. It stretches out flat on the ground, even laying its head and neck down flat.