Stroll through the savannah and go on safari, enjoy an exciting adventure at the big watering hole. Or through the Forest to find out what creatures live in North America and Northern Europe. Or finally take a dive into the underwater world and explore the oceans.
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Time for an action-packed adventure with ranger David and his trusty companion, the young chimpanzee!
Newborn baby elephants already weigh 100 kilograms and are 90 centimetres tall.
Elephant bulls are considerably bigger than elephant cows. Reaching heights of almost four metres, they are the second largest land animals after giraffes.
Alligators are easy to recognise because the teeth in their lower jaw are not visible from the side.
Ranger Tom and his friend Ted the meerkat are on their first joint mission in the animal rescue truck from Schleich® Wild Life.
Polar foxes have the warmest fur of all mammals. 70% of it consists of thick undercoat
Arctic wolf babies are born between May and June. After all, that is the warmest time of the year in their habitat, the polar region.
Even though you cannot see it so well on the adults, elephants have hair, especially on the head and back.
The set includes five animals from the African savannah: a cheetah cub, a giant pangolin, a flamingo, a giraffe calf and an African elephant calf.
Bald eagles are large, impressive birds of prey and one of the symbols of the USA.
The blue whale is the largest mammal on the planet. Its tongue alone weighs as much as an elephant
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.
Chimpanzees are true masters when it comes to solving puzzles and using tools.
Cobras are dangerous venomous snakes who frighten their enemies by rearing up and spreading their hoods.
Expansion set for the CROCO jungle research station. Accompany Ranger Tom on a high-speed journey through the jungle in the dinghy.
Dolphins are quick, agile swimmers, often jumping impressively over the water surface.
The most famous species of fox is the red fox, which has a characteristic red coat.
Panda bears are seriously endangered. Each panda baby born is something akin to a miracle and a true blessing for the conservation of the species.
Pandas have a striking black and white coat that makes it easier for other pandas to spot them in dense woodland.
Giant tortoises carry large, bony shells on their back that house their head and appendages when danger calls.
It is hard to imagine that they would serve as camouflage for such large animals.
Giraffe bulls are the largest land animals, reaching heights of up to six metres.
Male gorillas often beat their fists on their chests. They do so to show who is the strongest in the group.
The great white shark is the largest predatory fish on the planet.
After polar bears, Grizzlies are the worlds second largest bears. Because of their height and their aggressive behaviour, they are considered as very dangerous in their home, North America.
Grizzly bears give birth to their young during the hibernation months.
Although hippopotamuses cannot swim particularly well, they spend nearly all day in the water.
Spotted hyenas might not be the most beautiful predators in the African savannah, but they are certainly the most successful.
The Indian rhinoceros lives in Northeast India. Its thick folds of skin make it unmistakable
Jaguars have the strongest bite of any big cat: twice as strong as that of a lion.
The orca is a large, toothed whale that belongs to the dolphin family. Its black and white colouring makes its unmistakable.
The killer whale calf from Schleich® Wild Life has a distinctive black and white marking just like in nature.
The leopard has flower-shaped, black spots on its fur and is confusingly similar to the jaguar. However, the jaguar's spots have a small white dot in the middle.
After birth, lion babies have a sand-coloured fur coat with dark, circular spots.
Lions are the largest predatory cat in Africa. Their fur is usually sand-colored and the adult male has a dark mane.
All Schleich figures are lovingly hand-painted with detailed modelling and allow children to learn as they play. The elk is Swedens national animal and is known for its impressive antlers.
Wolf pups are blind and deaf at birth and therefore depend on their mother.
Baby orang-utans cling to their mothers belly for the first few weeks of their lives.
Oryx antelopes live in extremely dry, hot deserts. They have slender horns, which are almost half as long as their bodies, and have a striking black and white "face mask".
The polar bear’s habitat is the Arctic. In winter, the temperature there can drop to -50° Celsius.
Expansion set for the CROCO jungle research station. Accompany Ranger Alex on his expedition through the wild jungle.
Quokkas are peaceful little marsupials. They belong to the family of kangaroos and are therefore also called short-tailed kangaroos.
Ranger Patrick takes care of the Indian rhinoceros baby.
The rattlesnake is a dangerous venomous snake known for the rattling sound it makes with the end of its tail as a warning.
The reindeer from Schleich Wild Life has a thick, long grey-brown coat, as it does in nature.
Ring-tailed lemurs are small monkeys with long, black and white curled tails.
The sloth spends almost its entire life in the trees of tropical rainforests.
The snow leopard has a light grey coat with black rosettes, just like the intricately painted snow leopard from Schleich® Wild Life.
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 Siberian tiger is the largest big cat in the world and can grow up to three metres long from its nose to the tip of its tail.
White tigers are not true albinos: real albinos have red eyes, but white tigers eyes are blue.
A toucans beak grows to a length of up to 2 cm and is four times larger than its head.
White-tailed bucks are very shy animals. When they get scared, they wave their tails back and forth.
This smaller, widespread deer species from North America gets its name from its tail - its underside is always white.
The Wild Life starters set the children discover the wildlife. The faithful Schleich animals with loving detail stimulate creative play of children.
Wolves are fascinating predators and, although they are the ancestors of todays domestic dogs, they are and will always remain wild animals.