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Dolphin Ring - Pewter

Dolphin Ring - Pewter

Dolphin Ring - Pewter Dolphin is a name of a group of sea animals closely related to whales and porpoises. Like whales and porpoises, dolphins are mammals, not fish. There are many kinds of dolphins but...

Turtle Keyring

Turtle Keyring

Turtle Key-Ring A turtle is a reptile with a shell that lives mainly in water. Most species of turtles can pull their head, legs and tail into their shell, which serves as protection. Turtles are cold-blooded...

Fox Key-Ring

Fox Key-Ring

The red fox has a red-orange tinged fur on its back, sides and head. It has white fur under its neck and on its chest. It has a long bushy tail tipped in white, pointed black ears and black legs and feet....

Parrot Key-Ring

Parrot Key-Ring

The parrot is one of a large family of colourful birds. Most kinds of parrots live in tropical rain forests, but some live in lowland plains or mountain forests. There are about 340 species of parrot found...

Dolphin Key-Ring

Dolphin Key-Ring

Dolphin is a name of a group of sea animals closely related to whales and porpoises. Like whales and porpoises, dolphins are mammals, not fish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

Squirrel Key-Ring

Squirrel Key-Ring

The Grey Squirrel was introduced to Great Bri tain in the mid-19th century and after many releases it began to increase dramatically in numbers. It is now one of Britain's most well known and frequently...

Rabbit Key-Ring

Rabbit Key-Ring

Rabbits are small mammals found in many parts of the world. They have long ears, large hind legs, and short fluffy tails. Rabbits move by hopping, using their long and powerful hind legs. They have four...

Seahorse Keyring

Seahorse Keyring

A seahorse is a small fish that is named because its head resembles that of a tiny horse. About 25 species of seahorses live in shallow tropical seas while others live in temperate waters. . . . . . ....

Tiger Key-Ring

Tiger Key-Ring

The Tiger is an animal that resembles the lion more than any other member of the cat family. The tiger lacks the mane of the lion, and has a striped coat. This coat provides camouflage among the shadows...

Duck Key-Ring

Duck Key-Ring

Ducks are aquatic birds that are smaller than their relatives, the swans and geese, and may be found in both fresh and salt water. The males (known as drakes while the females are often called hens) often...

Shark Tooth Keyring

Shark Tooth Keyring

Shark Tooth Key-Ring Sharks are cold-blooded, meat-eating fish that have muscular, streamlined bodies and breathe with gills. There are approximately 450 species of sharks that live in oceans throughout...

Elephant Key-Ring

Elephant Key-Ring

The elephant is the largest animal that lives on land. They have tusks made from ivory and are the only animal to have a nose in the form of a trunk that they use as a hand. There are two kinds of elephants,...

Lion Key-Ring

Lion Key-Ring

The lion and tiger are the largest members of the cat family. They live about 20-25 years in captivity and 15 - 20 years in the wild. Lions are found in Africa and in the forests of India. Most lions live...

Shark Keyring

Shark Keyring

Shark Key-Ring Sharks are cold-blooded, meat-eating fish that have muscular, streamlined bodies and breathe with gills. There are approximately 450 species of sharks that live in oceans throughout the...

Stingray Keyring

Stingray Keyring

Stingray Key-Ring Rays have skeletons made of cartilage like their close relatives, sharks and skates. Their bodies are flattened with their mouths underneath. The Ray uses its pectoral fins to propel...

Owl in Flight Key-Ring

Owl in Flight Key-Ring

Owl is the common name for nocturnal birds of prey found in all continents. Owls are able to see in daylight but their eyes are especially adapted to seeing in partial darkness. Most owls spend the day...

Chick Key-Ring

Chick Key-Ring

A chicken is a type of domesticated bird which is usually raised on farms as a type of poultry. They are the most common bird in the world with an estimated population in 2003 of 24 billion. Chickens are...

Cow Key-Ring

Cow Key-Ring

Cattle were first domesticated around 6,500 BC. Early cattle served a triple-purpose, providing meat, milk and labour. Dairy cattle are now specialised animals, focused primarily on producing milk. This...

Sheep Key-Ring

Sheep Key-Ring

The sheep is an animal that has a thick fleece on its body and hoofs that are divided into two toes. They were first domesticated in Asia during the Bronze Age by primitive tribesmen who kept them for...

Wildlife Ruler - 30cm

Wildlife Ruler - 30cm

Wildlife Ruler - 30cm The wildlife ruler is plastic and measures 30cm long. It shows measurements in both inches and centimetres. On the front of the ruler ther are colour images of lions, a dolphin, a...

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