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Schleich 14731 Tiger White

8.99

4 in stock

  • Authentic High Quality Role Play Tiger
  • Detailed And Lovingly Hand Painted Wildlife Figure
  • Highly collectible toy for children and perfect for a Birthday gift, Party gift and Christmas gift.
  • Products are fun and Safe for small hands to enjoy creative play
  • Educational toys that spark a child’s imagination.

Description

Schleich 14731 Tiger White

Schleich 14731 Tiger White. White tigers are breathtakingly beautiful. They have a snow-white fur and strong, bright blue eyes. They differ from normal tigers because fur, skin and eyes cannot form red and yellow pigments. However, they are not albinos, for those always have red eyes. White tigers usually live in zoos because in the wild they would have little chance of survival. Because their fur is missing the camouflage, prey would discover them quickly and run away early enough.

Products are fun and safe for small hands to enjoy creative play. Ideally suited for children aged three to eight years. Designed to be as realistic and naturalistic as possible, the detailed and carefully molded Schleich figures encourage creative and imaginative play. Schleich products are approximately 1:24 scale although some items are larger to prevent children swallowing them. Made from plastic and hand-painted. Suitable for children aged three to eight years.

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A little bit about Schleich

Schleich believes the bestest stories are full of imagination , free of silly adult limitations and powered by kids’ unbridled curiosity . Their toys want to be just as magical , just as childlike and just as inquisitive. And we couldn’t agree more. Their characters come in a million gazillion shapes, sizes and also colours.  Whether they have two legs, four legs, or no legs, they have one thing in common. Every toy in the Schleich collection is authentic, detailed and also high quality.  Check out our large collection of Schleich figures and playsets here