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Glow in the Dark Chain Kingsnake

14,00
Released in 2015 – Discontinued in 2018
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Golden Lion Tamarin Jumbo Safari

12,80
Released in 2011 – Discontinued in 2014
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Groundhog Jumbo

11,00
The Safari Ltd Groundhog is rearing up on his hind legs to have a bit of a look around. Keeping
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Moose Jumbo

21,50

The Safari Ltd Moose was released in 2016 as a Jumbo 1:15 scale. This fantastic figurine is sculpted in a walking pose and has been hand-painted. It's large size showcases all the amazing details put into this figurine. Fun facts about the animal: Moose are the largest species of the deer family. They are so tall they prefer to graze higher grasses because lowering their heads can prove rather difficult. Approx. 22.7 x 8.2 x 17 cm (LWH) including antlers.

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Bison Jumbo

18,00

The Safari Ltd Jumbo Bison hand-painted figure is packed with accurate details, including a heavy coat on its head and the front of its body, and a shorter coat on the rear half. Though bison can briefly reach speeds of over 35 miles per hour, this figure won’t charge you. He’s content to just hang out on your shelf!

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Squirrel Monkey Jumbo

11,50

The Safari Ltd jumbo Squirrel Monkey has been professionally sculpted and painted by hand. Although squirrel monkeys are occasionally black, almost all of them share the sandy tan fur and black and white facial colourations of this figurine.  

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Gibbon Jumbo

8,60

The Safari Ltd jumbo Gibbon model is hand-painted and professionally crafted. This ape figurine makes an exceptional resource for decoration, education, and play. 

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Bornean Orangutan Jumbo

16,00

11.5L x  10.2W x 12.5Hcms

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Pot Bellied Pig Jumbo

10,50

Safari Ltd released the Pot Bellied Pig in 2016. This Safari Ltd pig is a 1:3 scale jumbo figurine - making it's little face even cuter to look at! Fun facts about these pigs: Pot belly pigs originated from Asia and are considerably smaller than most pig species. Don’t let that fun fact fool you – they can weigh up to 300 lbs! Approx. 13.2 x 8.5 cm