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Here is a selection of some products released in 2021 from Schleich’s ‘Wild Life’ range.
The three meerkats have countless adventures in the new meerkat mound from Schleich WILD LIFE! The tiny, cheeky creatures can rock on the seesaw, slide down the mound or play hide and seek around the meerkat mound! Is a meerkat hiding in the nara melon? After such an energetic game, it’s time for a nap on the leaf swing.
The two polar bears in the Schleich WILD LIFE Polar Playground have lots of fun on their ice floe: They hop and jump around wildly! Oh no!!! One of the polar bears ventured too close to the edge and fell in the water! Just as well that the friendly narwal is swimming around in the water nearby. It swims over right away to help the little polar bear back onto the ice floe!
You have to be quick with Schleich WILD LIFE Nutty Mischief. The skunk grabs the nut and throws it in the wooden barrel to hide it. But in an unexpected twist one of the cheeky raccoons is in the barrel! The game starts again! Will the skunk be able to get the nut back?
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.
The Warthog from Schleich WILD LIFE is a mammal that lives in Africa and primarily eats roots, tubers and berries. It has wart-shaped growths under the eyes and above the nose. They aren’t actually warts but rather particularly thick skin that protects the animal from serious injury during fights. The tusks are used to defend against lions, hyenas, leopards and wild dogs.
The Desert Fox from Schleich WILD LIFE lives in the sandy deserts of North Africa. It has an excellent sense of hearing and can even detect prey that lives underground. The large ears also release body heat, making the fox perfectly adapted to the hot temperatures in its native habitat. The little predator feeds primarily on insects, small rodents, reptiles, birds and fruit. The desert fox is also known as the fennec fox.