Schleich | Play figure Eldrador Ice Griffin - 70143

Schleich | Play figure Eldrador Ice Griffin - 70143

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Schleich offers a wide variety of plastic figures, with vibrant colors and an eye for detail. Figures with realistic details for educational play moments. Ideal open ended play. Goes nicely in the sandbox, with clay, with the way to play autobahns, etc. Let the adventure begin! - Detailed modeling. From the first sketch to the decoration of each figurine, Schleich pays close attention to every detail. - Educational value. Sleich toys stand for educationally valuable play, because they promote the creativity and independence of the child. - For 85 years, Schleich figures and playsets have provided fun for children all over the world. The ice griffin has multiple spiky abilities to incapacitate its opponents. In battle, it first breaks through the armor of the attackers with all its pointed claws and then attacks with its large sharp beak. If he feels like it, he can also attack in the reverse order. And that is not all. The cold-blooded monster also has razor-sharp ice feathers on its mighty wings to fend off enemies. Sometimes all he has to do is let out his deafening screeches. A sound that goes through the marrow and bone! His opponents then voluntarily seek refuge. Together with the ice dragon, he is a team of icy figures who hold sway over the bitter cold heights of the ice world.

9 x 21.5 x 11.5 cm (lxwxh)

Schleich is a German company that makes toy animals and plastic dolls. It was founded in 1935 by Friedrich Schleich. In the fifties he had started developing the Smurfs, Snoopy, The Muppet Show and many other characters. In the 1980s, Schleich began developing animal figures, such as farm animals, wild animals and dinosaurs. Schleich also made 'worlds', such as the world of the elves, the world of knights and the world of Indians.

For imitating animals, Schleich consults parents, children and biologists. The Schleich animal figures are true to life and to scale. They are painted by hand.