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Schleich - Indian Rhinoceros Baby

Item# SCH14860
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This Schleich figure (new in 2023) is a cute one with sagging, baggy skin, and wrinkles that are most visible under the neck. The back of the figure has nicely sculpted plates.

Schleich Indian Rhinoceros Baby measures: 2.9Ē L x 2Ē T.

Schleich Indian Rhinoceros Baby #14860 Review:

Schleich has come out with a new, adorable figure in 2023. Its overall design is impressive, with the sagging, baggy skin around the underside of the neck being particularly noticeable. The back of the figure is also well-crafted, featuring plates and grooves that add to its overall charm. This is a very nice figure from Schleich.

Indian Rhinoceros Baby Information:

The Indian Rhinoceros, also known as the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, is a large mammal found in the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent. This species of rhino is considered to be one of the most endangered animals in the world, and the exciting news is that baby rhinos have been born in recent years. A baby Indian Rhinoceros calf is born after a 15-month gestation period. The newborn calf is typically between 80-90 pounds and is closely monitored by its mother for the first few days after birth. The baby rhino is able to stand and walk within a few hours and will nurse from its mother for the first year of its life.

The baby rhino is also closely monitored by zookeepers and wildlife rangers, who ensure that the calf receives the best possible care. They will monitor the calf's progress, check for any signs of injury or illness, and ensure that the calf is receiving enough milk from its mother. In the wild, baby Indian Rhinos face many dangers and risks. Poaching is a major issue, as rhino horns are highly sought after for their medicinal and ornamental value.

Product Information from Schleich:

The cute, armored rhinoceros baby already has the same typical skin as its parents: It looks like it was cobbled together from individual plates. But the horn is still missing. It still has to grow. I wonder if itís hungry. Itís stretching its head upwards and wants to drink milk. Maybe you can help with the feeding?

The thick, scaly skin of the baby armored rhinoceros already looks a lot like its parents. But it doesnít have a horn yet. Thatís a good thing, actually, because otherwise it would poke its mother in the belly when it nurses. Do you think it might be hungry, the way it raises its head? No wonder: it drinks up to 30 liters of milk a day! Maybe thereís some more milk in the fridge?.

Part of the Wild Life Series by Schleich.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Schleich 14860

by Schleich

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3+ Years

Schleich Indian Rhinoceros Baby #14860

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