Take a journey back in time with the baby tapir figurine from Schleich! Our baby tapir looks like a creature that’s part pig, part horse, and he’s 100% adorable. He’s ready for a million adventures in the hands of kids ages 3+ and storytellers young and old.
- Detailed & Authentic. That striped-and-spotted coat – to camouflage our baby tapir in Malaysia’s sun-dappled forests – whisks kids into a vibrant, realistic wilderness where imaginations roam free.
- Encourages Storytelling. Why do tapir babies have stripes and spots? How do baby tapirs learn to swim? If a baby tapir is related to a horse, why does it look like a big with an elephant’s trunk? Kids’ ask such good questions…and tell such great stories…w
- Quality You Can Feel. It's a jungle out there, so we built our baby tapir toy to withstand Mother Nature and Father Time.
- Perfect for Grassland Dioramas. Need South American animal figures for your school project? Our baby tapir figurine is a must-have character in any South American grassland scene!
- Great Gift for Animal Lovers. Your little zookeepers and future veterinarians will fall in love with our miniature baby tapir toy – perfect for gift bags, stockings, or as a tapir cake topper.
Schleich® wild animal figurines for toddlers and kids introduce the limitless possibilities of storytelling and imaginative play. From realistic ocean and jungle animal figurines to our popular playsets, Schleich® Wild Life lets your stories run wild. Authentic wild creature figurines toys prowl, swim, and soar with rich, accurate detail and texture, while our full-featured wild life playsets bring learning to life. Our wild animal toys love cross into new play worlds to create stories with Schleich® enchanted creature toys, farm animal figurines and dinosaur toys! Schleich® wild animal toys and playsets are built to last for generations. All our toys meet the highest national and international safety standards.
Tapirs eat as much as 75 pounds of fruit, berries, and leaves a day. What's the most vegetables you've ever eaten in one day?
- Scientific name : Tapirus indicus
- Global Home : Asia
- Conservation Status : Endangered
- Primary habitat : Forest, Grassland