Ocean and polar regions

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    BABY KILLER WHALE

    SKU: SC14836 Category:
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    Killer whales are also known as orcas and are actually part of the dolphin family. The animals are easy to differentiate from other whales thanks to their distinctive colouring: While the skin on their back is pitch-black, their bellies are a bright white, as you can see on the killer whale calf from schleich® WILD LIFE. After just a few months the calves start hunting for their own fish, marine mammals and sea birds.

    Age:+3

    Dimensions:10,2 x 4,9 x 3,8 cm
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  • BLUE WHALE

    SKU: SC14806 Category:
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    The blue whale is the largest mammal on the planet. Its tongue alone weighs as much as an elephant, and when it opens its mouth, up to 90 tonnes of water can fit into it. It also has the biggest heart in the world, weighing 180 kg and making it about as large and heavy as a gorilla.

    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 27,4 x 10,1 x 4,9cm

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  • DOLPHIN

    SKU: SC14808 Category:
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    Dolphins are quick, agile swimmers, often jumping impressively over the water surface. Underwater, they produce high-pitched whistling and clicking sounds to create echoes. That’s how they orient themselves and track down prey. Dolphins are very social and often seek physical contact with their families.

    Age:+3

    Dimensions:10,6 x 3,2 x 4,3cm
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  • EMPEROR PENGUIN

    SKU: SC14841 Category:
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    The Emperor Penguin from schleich® WILD LIFE is the largest and heaviest penguin species. It is also unique for living so far south in Antarctica. Emperor Penguins don’t build a nest, instead brooding directly on the ice. After laying an egg, the female goes back to sea to hunt for fish, leaving the male to look after the egg. He places it on his feet and incubates it under his abdominal crease.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:3,3 x 3,1 x 5,1 cm
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  • HAMMERHEAD SHARK

    SKU: SC14835 Category:
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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.

    Age:+3

    Dimensions:15,5 x 6,7 x 5,7 cm
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  • KILLER WHALE

    SKU: SC14807 Category:
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    The orca is a large, toothed whale that belongs to the dolphin family. Its black and white colouring makes its unmistakable. Animals swimming under it don’t recognise it, because the surface of the water is just as bright as its belly. And from above, you can hardly tell its apart from the sea floor thanks to its black back.

    Age:+3

    Dimensions:19,5 x 9,7 x 6,7cm
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  • POLAR BEAR

    SKU: SC14800 Category:
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    The polar bear’s habitat is the Arctic. In winter, the temperature there can drop to -50° Celsius. Although its fur coat appears white, its hair is transparent and hollow on the inside. The air inside these hairs is warmed by the sun, so that polar bears do not freeze even at icy temperatures.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 12,2 x 5,7 x 7,2cm
  • POLAR BEAR

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  • SEAL

    SKU: SC14801 Category:
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    Besides walruses and sea lions, the various types of seals include, of course, common seals. They don’t spend much time on land, and usually swim in the icy waters of the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. While hunting for fish and shellfish, common seals dive 200 m deep and can hold their breath for up to 30 minutes.

    Age:+3

    Dimensions:11,2 x 6,5 x 4,2cm
  • SEAL

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  • WHITE SHARK

    SKU: SC14809 Category:
    9.00 
    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.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:17,7 x 8 x 7,8cm
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