Wudimals® Asiatic Lion

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As all animals are hand carved and hand painted,
they are each unique.
This is part of the beauty and value of Wudimals®.
There will always be very slight variations in fine details, so no one else in the world has exactly the same animal as your customer!

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Description

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Lions are large powerfully built cats. They are most active at night.

The Asiatic lion is a subspecies of the lion. It is now only in India, but has also been sighted occaisionally in Pakistan. They once ranged from Southeast Europe to India, covering most of Southwest Asia. It is also known as the Persian lion.

Specifications

  • Size (approx): 12 x 3 x 7.5cm
  • Weight: 56g
  • Sales Unit: 1 piece
  • EAN: 0701575404896
  • Tarif No: 9503004910
  • Certification: EN71 | UKCA | ASTM-F963 | AUS/NZ 8124 | REACH | CPSIA
  • Origin: China
  • Material: Basswood
  • Labelling: Hang tag
  • Packaging: Individually in paper
  • Suitable from age 3+

Conservation Status

Asiatic Lion: Endangered

Care

  • Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • Do not submerge in water.
  • Do not leave outside.
  • Do not leave on or near a heat source such as a radiator.

Independent Review

These are the views of the independent Good Toy Guide experts on the play value of our animals:

“These wooden collectible animal figures are fantastic for open-ended and imaginative play, which is the superfood of a healthy play diet. This is because it provides so many opportunities for children to build social skills, make sense of the world around them and develop language. As they play together and form a story, children have to negotiate roles, listen to others, use creativity and practice speech to communicate what is happening.

The animals also feature beautiful detailing including ridges and curves which makes them very tactile and calming to touch. They proved very sturdy too, standing up to vigorous and messy play. It would be lovely to build up a collection of the figures over time to play with, that could then be handed down between family or friends.”