Puzzle Jungle 9 Blocks
Life Cycle of a Honey Bee
Life Cycle of a Monarch Butterfly
Life Cycle of a Ladybug
- The ladybug is also known as the ladybird, and more correctly known as the ladybeetle. The insect goes through the four stages of metamorphosis, hatching from an egg to become a voracious larva, then forming a pupa from which the colorful ladybug emerges.
- Scientific Name: Coccinella septempunctata
- Characteristics: Ladybug eggs are attached to leaves of plants infested by aphids, which provide a ready food source for the hungry larva. After molting four times, it enters the pupa stage.
- Size and Color: The larva stage of the ladybug is said to resemble an alligator with its long jaws. The bright red and black adult ladybug figure is 2 ½ inches wide, about the same as a large spoon.
- The Life Cycle of a Ladybug is part of the Safariology® collection.
- All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.
Life Cycle of an Ant
- This set includes the tiny white eggs were ants get their start. Larvae come next, molting several times before entering a period of rest and growth as pupae. The adult ant that emerges is darker in color, but will not grow larger because of its exoskeleton.
- Scientific Name: Formica
- Characteristics: Ants live in large colonies led by a queen, whose only job is to lay eggs. Worker ants do the heavy lifting, retrieving food and expanding the colony, while drones exist only to mate with the queen.
- Size and Color: The early stages of an ant’s life cycle aren’t very colorful, as most of their energy is devoted to eating. But adult ants have distinct coloration depending on the species. This adult ant is 2 ¾ inches long.
- The Life Cycle of an Ant is part of the Safariology® collection.
SURPRISE BOX 2 INSECTS
SURPRISE BOX 1 INSECTS
Life Cycle of a Spider
Scorpion Jumbo 2018
This hand-painted Safari Ltd Scorpion figure features true to life details, plus bendable claws and tail so you can pose it in any way you desire! Despite its menacing claws and stinger-tipped tail, this figure won’t pinch or sting you!
Lady Bugs are a gardener's favorite because they are not only beautiful but protect fruits and vegetables by dining on plant-eating insects.
The Papo Tarantula has been hand-painted in greys and blacks. Though not as hairy as most true Tarantulas, this arachnid model figure is detailed showing hair strokes on all eight legs and the body.
Papo released the scorpion in 2016. This scorpion figurine is quite large in scale with other Papo animals. It features well detailed markings to look realistic and has been hand-painted. Fun facts: The scorpion is a venomous animal that uses its claws and its dart to hunt its prey. After focusing on its prey, it quickly grasps it with its claws and keeps it firmly tight thanks to its powerful muscles. If the prey is of large size the scorpion then brings its tail forward and inoculates its venom. It usually lives in deserts, savannas or forests, sometimes even our homes, it inspires humans with fear, fascination or repulsion. Do you know that some scorpions can feed on other scorpions? The big scorpions feed on the little ones. Approx. 8 x 5.5 x 5 cm (LWH)