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Safari animals wooden toys - natural and unpainted waldorf figurines - gift for kids with elephant, giraffe, leopard, lion, hippo, rhino
Set of safari animals wooden toys 7 animals including an elephant, a zebra, a giraffe, a rhino, a hippo, a lion and a leopard. Your child will have hours of fun playing with these figurines. The pieces are made of solid pine wood. The safari animals have been hand cut and varnished with an organic varnish (certified toy safe). All the pieces have been sanded and the edges rounded to make it soft for childrens little hands. All the wood comes from sustainably managed forests (FSC certified)…
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Play behavior in elephant calves differs between the sexes; females run or chase each other, while males play-fight. Females remain in their family groups for life but males leave to live a solitary life or join all-male groups.
A mother and calf Black Rhino. Only the Black and White Rhinos have two horns. The Black Rhino has a pointed lip and the White Rhino has a square lip. They are highly endangered (both) groups, with the Western Rhino declared extinct in 2011.
This preschool and kindergarten activity contains 9 different zoo animal puzzles in two formats (developing fine motor skills and number recognition): - 2 by 2 puzzle, cutting 4 squares - 3 by 3 puzzle, cutting 9 squares What you get: - 9 different zoo animals of a elephant, giraffe, hippo, lion, monkey, panda, rhino, snake, and turtle These puzzles work great during small group time, math centers or with early finishers.
***ADOPT ANNIE*** $200 Annie was captured in Assam, India, in January, 1959. She was part of a group of 18 juvenile elephants captured at a natural salt lick that had attracted the herd. The hunting party built a "round stockade" of logs with a tunnel leading from the stockade. The party of five assistant hunters and 60 natives waited until the herd arrived, then, with torches and shouts, they drove the animals into the stockade.