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Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2H 0E8
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The historic country house in Lakeside has been the home of the Kramers for generations. There's always a hot pot of tea or a nice soup ready waiting in the kitchen. The stairs lead to the first floor where Hannah and Mia share a beautiful room, and Mr Kramer's Trakehner and Hannah's Quarter Horse are stabled just next to the house.
The sloth spends almost its entire life in the trees of tropical rain forests!Â
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Cats use their long facial whiskers to measure gaps. They use them to find out whether they fit through an opening or are too big or fat for it.
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The red panda is a small mammal that lives in the eastern Himalayas and south-west China. It eats mainly bamboo. In the same way as the red panda from Schleich Wild Life, at first glance the animal looks like a cross between a raccoon, a fox and a cat. And despite its name it isn’t a panda. A new animal family was created for the red panda, with...
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A rabbit's favourite foods are juicy herbs, fresh clover, salad, twigs and peelings. Rabbits are very sociable animals. When sensing danger, they thump their hind legs on the ground so as to warn their relatives. If a predator comes too close, they flee in zigzag formation.
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Dromedaries live in the deserts of Africa and Asia. They eat mostly leaves, dry grass and thorny plants. The hump of the mammal isn’t used to store water; it stores fat. If they can’t find any food in the desert they can live off it for weeks. The dromedary from Schleich Wild Life has eaten well recently and has an upright, well-filled hump.
The Komodo dragon is the largest lizard in the world. An ambush predator, it waits in the high grass for small rodents, birds and other reptiles. It tries to bite them with its short, sharp teeth. If it succeeds, the animals do not die because of the bite, but because of a poisonous fluid that it transmits via glands in its mouth.
With lions, it is almost exclusively the females that go hunting. Many of their prey are faster than they are, so these predators first creep up to a few meters from different sides and then sprint towards their prey. Even though the lionesses usually do the hunting, the males are always the first ones to eat.
Male ducks are easily identifiable by their colourful, iridescent plumage. After breeding, the Drake lose their colourful feathers and don their so-called Eclipse plumage. During this time, only the yellow Bill can be used to tell them apart from the females. suitable for ages 3 years +
Calgary, Alberta T2H 0E8
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