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  • Schleich Dromedary

    Price £6.99

    The dromedary from Schleich® Wild Life has, like in nature, just one hump. It is also known as a one-humped camel.

  • Schleich Stone monster

    Price £15.99

    When the fierce colossus moves, all of Eldrador shakes! The stone monster may not be particularly fast or clever, but is incredibly strong! He can rotate his upper body around its axis, meaning he can cause a lot of harm and damage with his mighty stone fists. Because he eats more and more green crystals, he is getting stronger and stronger – and more dangerous – day by day...

  • Schleich Snow Leopard

    Price £5.49

    The snow leopard has a light grey coat with black rosettes, just like the intricately painted snow leopard from Schleich® Wild Life.

  • Schleich Fire Bull

    Price £9.99

    Caution, hot-tempered: the fire bull doesn’t think twice before skewering opponents with his pointy, glowing-hot horns, which can pierce even the strongest of armour

  • Schleich Ice Spider

    Price £9.99
    In the labyrinthine caves of the ice world lurks a gruesome surprise: the deadly ice spider lies in wait there for its victims! One bite from the spider is enough to put opponents on ice for a very long time.
  • Schleich Puppy Pen

    Price £13.99
    A Maltipoo, a Chihuahua and a Labrador Retriever play together in the puppy pen. What a wild time the three of them are having! They romp around on the cuddly blanket, compete for the teddy bear and play hide-and-seek. In between, they take a well-deserved nap in the dog basket.
  • Sofia didn’t choose the Andalusian mare Blossom. It was the other way round! The horse gently nudged Sofia with her nose while she was daydreaming, causing her to fall to the ground three times in a row. Sofia loves Blossom for the way that she brings her back to the here and now, and spends every spare minute with the mare.

    Age 3 years +

  • The Diabloceratops was a herbivorous dinosaur with two curved horns on its collar. These horns are what gives it the Latin name, which literally means face with devil horns. It probably lived in the vicinity of many lakes and rivers. Researchers suspect that it may have been an ancestor of the Triceratops.

    Age 3 years +

  • Schleich Dracorex

    Price £11.99

    The Dracorex was a small, herbivorous dinosaur that inhabited North America during the Late Cretaceous period. Only the skull of a single Dracorex has been found so far. The shape of the dinosaur's head and its long snout resemble a dragon, which resulted in it being named Dracorex: its scientific name which, translated word for word, means dragon king.

    Age 3 years +

  • Giganotosaurus juveniles lived in packs and quickly grew up to be dangerous hunters. Giganotosauruses grew to be almost as large as the biggest carnivore in the history of the earth: the Spinosaurus. The name Giganotosaurus means giant lizard of the South, because this dinosaur was found in Argentina in South America.

    Age 3 years +

  • Schleich Plesiosaurus

    Price £9.99

    The Plesiosaurus was a prehistoric reptile that lived in the sea and fed mainly on fish. It wasn't just its long neck that made this dinosaur stand out, but its swimming style: instead of using its paddle-shaped fins to row, it moved forward by beating them like wings – just like a sea turtle.

    Age 3 years +

  • Schleich Lion, roaring

    Price £5.49

    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.

  • Schleich Hereford calf

    Price £4.99

    Hereford cattle come from the English county of Herefordshire, where they have been bred since the 17th century. They are extremely good-natured and undemanding animals. Since they can survive in almost any climatic conditions, they are now bred throughout the world, from Australia to Argentina.

  • The Miniature Schnauzer has a moustache, thick, long eyebrows and wiry fur. The breed originates from Germany and resulted from crossing the Schnauzer with the Poodle and Affenpinscher. Miniature Schnauzers are considered to be particularly clever, attentive, lively and fearless.

  • The Morgan horse takes its name from a man called Justin Morgan. His stallion, Figure, was not very big, but was so strong that in driving competitions he could even beat coldbloods. Even in his old age, he still won races. That made him a very popular stud horse – enough so that he sired an entire breed by himself.

  • Maine-Coon cats are large and heavy, but very calm, balanced cats with a noble, long coat. That's why they are often referred to as gentle giants. Maine Coon cats do not lay around all day, but love to roam the countryside. They are not afraid of water either - on the contrary, they even love it.

  • Pintabians come from North America. They are a cross between Arab horses and Pintos with spotted coats.

    Pintabians come from North America. They are a cross between Arab horses and Pintos with spotted coats. Only horses that are 99% Arab and have a “tobiano” coat pattern can be officially registered. Due to this strict rule, only a few hundred horses have been registered in the studbook.

  • Schleich leopard

    Price £6.99

    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.

  • The Morgan horse takes its name from a man called Justin Morgan. His stallion, Figure, was not very big, but was so strong that in driving competitions he could even beat coldbloods. Even in his old age, he still won races. That made him a very popular stud horse – enough so that he sired an entire breed by himself.

  • The Acrocanthosaurus was around the same size and weight as the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Giganotosaurus. Unlike many other dinosaurs, it had seven openings in its skull rather than five

    Suitable for 3 years plus.