Lop-Eared Rabbit

Catalog Number
13935
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Our Long-eared Rabbit from schleich® FARM WORLD is a really fast hopper. Its long rabbit teeth are perfect for nibbling carrots, grass or shoelaces. When he’s not eating, he enjoys listening to Rabbit Radio. He often drifts away into a daydream that his ears can not only hear well but also help him fly. Have you ever thought about that?
£3.99
  • Delivery time approx. 2-7 working days
  • Free shipping from £50
  • Free return
  • Orders over £135 are subject to customs duties. You will need to pay import VAT and customs duties.
Age Recommendation
Age Recommendation
3-8 years
Dimensions
Dimensions
4,2 x 2,1 x 3,4 cm
Who’s the best hopper? Our Long-eared Rabbit from schleich® FARM WORLD, of course. Its strong hind legs mean that it hops over your desk faster than anyone else – despite its long floppy ears. These let the rabbit hear particularly well. Especially when his favorite songs are playing on the radio again. Then he gets a dreamy look in his eyes as he wishes that his ears could not only hear well but also help him fly. He’s vegetarian and only uses his strong rabbit teeth for carrots, grains or grass. And laces that are too long.
Additional Information
  • schleich® playsets and figurines inspire children to play imaginatively and freely. Even the experts agree!
  • The schleich® figurines are modeled in detail and look almost exactly like their animal models. Also perfect for educationally valuable play.
  • This item is part of the FARM WORLD theme world and is suitable for children aged 3-8.
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  • Inspiring figurines to play imaginatively and freely.
  • So authentic, so detailed, even Mother Nature approves.
  • High-quality craftsmanship to withstand Father Time.
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