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African Elephant Calf
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African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth. They are slightly larger than their Asian cousins and can be identified by their larger ears. (Asian elephants have smaller, rounded ears.)
Alligator
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Alligators are large reptiles, members of the order Crocodylia. Alligators and crocodiles are, therefore, closely related, and people often confuse one with the other; however, these two reptiles are very different.
American Bald Eagle
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Eagles are dominant predators and are known as birds of prey. Eagles feed off smaller birds and bats in the sky and small mammals and fish on the ground.
American Black Bear
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Bears differ from other carnivores as the special molar teeth that they possess have not specially adapted to shearing meat, but to instead grind down vegetation.
Asian Elephant
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The elephant is Earth’s largest land animal, although the Asian elephant is slightly smaller than its African cousin.
Badger
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Badgers are thought to be related to otters and weasels and can often grow to nearly a meter in length!
Beaver
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Beavers are known for their danger signal which the beaver makes when the beaver is startled or frightened.
Blue Tang Fish
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Though the fish’s scientific name is paracanthurus hepatus, it’s also known as Pacific blue tang, royal blue tang, hippo tang, regal tang and palette surgeonfish, among other things.
Bottle Nose Dolphin
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Bottlenose dolphins are generally known to have a calm and playful temperament, particularly around humans.
Bull Sharks
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Bull sharks are aggressive, common, and usually live near high-population areas like tropical shorelines
Californian Sea Lion
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Sea lions are often seen in large groups of sea lions. Sea lions hunt in groups and in pairs and group numbers increase during the mating season.
Clown Fish
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Clown fish inhabit a single sea anemone in groups that include the breeding male and female and a number of younger male clown fish.
Ermine
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Ermine is small mammal that belongs to the family of weasels. It can be found in subarctic and arctic parts of the North America, Europe and Asia.
Gentoo Penguin
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The gentoo penguin is a medium-sized species of penguin that is found on the rocky islands of the sub-Antarctic Ocean
Giant Tortoise
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Giant tortoises are characteristic reptiles that are found on two groups of tropical islands: the Aldabra Atoll in Seychelles and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.
Gray Whale
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Gray whales are often found swimming in the eastern north pacific ocean and near Korea in the western north pacific ocean
Great White Shark
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Due to the dominance and aggressiveness of the great white shark, the great white shark has no natural predators within the natural environment of the great white shark.
Great White Shark (Deluxe)
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Due to the dominance and aggressiveness of the great white shark, the great white shark has no natural predators within the natural environment of the great white shark.
Grey Seal
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Grey seals are the biggest land breeding mammal in the United Kingdom, but are superbly adapted for life in the sea.
Grizzly Bear
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The grizzly bear has a bad reputation amongst humans and animals alike, as the grizzly bear is known to be aggressive and very territorial.
Grizzly Bear Cub
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The grizzly bear has a bad reputation amongst humans andanimals alike, as the grizzly bear is known to be aggressive and very territorial.
Hedgehog
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The hedgehog is thought to be one of the oldest mammals on earth, with estimates dating the hedgehog to around 15 million years ago.
Hippo (baby)
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The Hippopotamus is a large semi-aquatic mammal that is found wallowing in the rivers and lakes across sub-Saharan Africa.
Humpback Whale
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The average humpback whale can travel to around 25,000 km every year when the humpback whale migrates between the north and the south.
Humpback Whale (Deluxe)
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The humpback whales spend the summer months in the colder, polar waters and then the humpback whales migrate south in the winter to the warmer tropical waters
Iberian Lynx
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Although the lynx is a ground mammal, lynx are often known to climb trees or swim in order to catch their pre
Moose
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A Moose tends to eat food that is hard so they can gnaw their teeth
Mountain Lion
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Baby mountain lions are born blind, and these mountain lion kittens are completely dependent on their mother at first until the mountain lion kittens are around three months of age.
Mouse
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The mouse is a small rodent that is spread widely throughout nearly every country.
Octopus
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Octopuses are ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight arms and bulbous heads.
Orca (Deluxe)
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As with their dolphin cousins, killer whales are extremely vocal animals and communicate between one another using clicks and whistles in a process known as echolocation.
Orca Male
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As with their dolphin cousins, killer whales are extremely vocal animals and communicate between one another using clicks and whistles in a process known as echolocation.
Panda (baby)
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The Giant Panda has always fascinated people and therefore goes by a number of different names
Parrot
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Though parrots do have some taste glands at the backs of their throats, most of their 300 or so taste buds are located on the roofs of their mouths.
Polar Bear
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The Polar Bear is a large species of bear that is found inhabiting the ice fields in the Arctic Ocean
Pronghorn
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Unlike deer's that renew their horns annually, the antelope has strong permanent horns, that the antelope mainly uses to defend their herd or to fight other antelopes.
Rabbit (Black)
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Rabbits are small mammals found naturally in Europe, South Africa, Sumatra and Japan
Rabbit (Brown & White)
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Rabbits are small mammals found naturally in Europe, South Africa, Sumatra and Japan
Raccoon
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Immediately identifiable by their black masks€, raccoons are in many ways nature bandits.
Rattlesnake
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Rattlesnakes can grow from 1 to 8 feet long, depending on the species. They all have patterned skin, but their color can vary.
Red Fox
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Wild foxes tend live for around 6-7 years, but some foxes have been known to be older than 13 in captivity.
Rhino Baby Sitting
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The white rhino is the second biggest land animal and can weight around 2 tons.
Rhino Baby Standing
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The white rhino is the second biggest land animal and can weight around 2 tons.
Skunk
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The skunk, also known as the polecat, are most commonly known for their ability to secrete a foul, strong smelling odor from their rear end, when the skunk feels that it is under threat.
Snowy Owl
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Like other species of large bird, the snowy owl is known to swallow it’s food whole and then regurgitate the bones in the form of a pellet up to 24 hours after feeding.
Squirrel (Running)
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The red squirrel native to the United Kingdom is rapidly becoming extinct due to the rise in eastern grey squirrel numbers.
Squirrel (Standing)
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The red squirrel native to the United Kingdom is rapidly becoming extinct due to the rise in eastern grey squirrel numbers.
Stoat
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​​​​​​​The stoat has also been hunted by humans over the years mainly for it’s fur but also for it’s meat.
Timber Wolf (Howling)
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The wolf is thought to be an ice age survivor, dating wolves around 300,000 years ago.
Timber Wolf (Standing)
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The wolf is thought to be an ice age survivor, dating wolves around 300,000 years ago.
Timber Wolf (Walking)
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The wolf is thought to be an ice age survivor, dating wolves around 300,000 years ago.
Timber Wolf Cub
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The wolf is accepted to be the ancestor of the domestic dog as the wolf is thought to have selectively bred in order to breed appealing traits
Whale Shark
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The whale shark, like the world’s second largest fish, the basking shark, is a filter feeder.
White Tailed Deer Buck
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Deer are known as selective feeders and spend most of their time browsing for food with the deer mainly eating leaves.
White Tailed Deer Doe
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Deer are known as selective feeders and spend most of their time browsing for food with the deer mainly eating leaves.
White Tailed Deer Fawn
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Deer are known as selective feeders and spend most of their time browsing for food with the deer mainly eating leaves.
Wild Boar (Male)
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The snout of the Wild Boar is probably one of this animal’s most characteristic features, and like other Wild Pigs, it sets these mammals apart from the others.
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A completely new concept in play-sets. Our Play-Scape range features a backpack that transforms into a play scene whilst also incorporating a storage area for figurines.
Wolverine
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Wolverines are highly territorial animals and they will fight other wolverines to defend their territory.
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