Schleich Schleich Griffin Rider Toy
Kids can become a brave knight in shining armor when they play with the Schleich Griffin Rider Toy. This dragon and knight figurine set is created with all the right details to make it look just like the real thing. The dragon's wings can b...e moved in different directions for a more lifelike feel, and the knight is secured in the saddle when it is riding the dragon by an internal magnet so he stays right where he belongs. This Griffin toy is hand-painted with non-toxic paints that are made from vegetable-based products, so you can feel confident that they are safe for your children to play with. Watch as kids' imaginations come to life when they play with these Schleich toys. Read More
Gorillas are the largest living representatives of the primate family. Despite their prominent canine teeth and muscular bodies, t...hey feed almost exclusively on plants. The males are significantly larger than the females. The gorillas' habitat in the jungle of Central Africa is continuously being encroached upon due to human expansion. For this reason, there are only a small number of these animals, just as timid as they are fascinating, remaining. They are an endangered species. Item size in cm (L x W x H): 8,0 x 3,5 x 7,0 Read More
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts.
A giraffe's heart can measure two feet long and weigh twenty-two pounds.Giraffes are the tallest land mammals-- their babies can r...each six feet tall when they're born! Each giraffe has a unique pattern of spots on its coat -- subspecies of Giraffe are, in fact, differentiated by color and pattern variations as well as by geographic range. Some Giraffes are recognized by their rounded or blotched spots -- some with star-like extensions on a light tan background, running down to the hooves. Despite the Giraffe's unusually long neck, it has the same number of vertebrae as humans -- only seven. Giraffes graze far and wide across the southern African bush and savannah, browsing the tops of trees for new shoots. Giraffes can go for two or three days without water, just like camels. They have several knobs, called ossicones, on their heads that are covered with fur. Giraffes sleep for only up to an hour at a time and can survive without sleep for an entire day. They spend most days just ambling around, but when they decide to run, they're fast and can reach up to thirty five miles per hour! Some Giraffes live in herds of up to fifteen, but the social structure constantly changes.Dimensions: 4.1 L x 1.4 W x 6.9 H Read More