Giraffe Calf (Schleich 14751)


Schleich Giraffe Calf Wild Life figure (Model Number: 14751).

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Schleich Giraffe Calf Wild Life figure. At the time of their birth, baby giraffes already weigh 50 kilograms and fall from a height of two metres to the ground. But they don't hurt themselves and can already run after a short time.

Baby giraffes are reared together with other young animals in a kind of kindergarten. A female giraffe from the herd acts as the "nursery school teacher" and looks after the calves while the other mothers search for food. If predators approach, she immediately raises the alarm. Then the female giraffes stand protectively in front of their babies and kick at the attackers. At around four months, they start to pluck and eat the small leaves from trees, but they still suckle from their mothers until they are ninth months.

Schleich Giraffe Calf figure features:

  • Model Number: 14751
  • Size(approx.): 6.8 × 3.5 × 11.8 cm
  • Material: Plastic
  • Recommended Age: 3 +

All Schleich models comply with relevant safety regulations and have also all CE tested and approved.

About Schleich

Anywhere’s a Playground™ is the philosophy behind every Schleich figure and accessory. Modelled on nature and intricately painted by hand, the Schleich collection of figures and accessories has amazingly accurate detail and help children learn and develop through imaginative play.

Schleich History

Founded by Friedrich Schleich in 1935. They released their first figurines in the 1950s with comic figurines such as Snoopy and The Smurfs. The 1980's saw the introduction of the popular animal and also the dinosaur figures. Today Schleich is sold in more than 50 countries around the world and even today, each new figure is designed together with experts, manufactured with a love of detail and are still painted by hand.

Additional information

Weight 28 g
Dimensions 6.8 × 3.5 × 11.8 cm


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