At a Glance
Help your child explore the world of animals with the beautifully detailed Schleich figures.
Features and benefits for Schleich Rattlesnake
- Hand painted
- Great for learning about animals
- Fun for making animal noises
- Beautifully detailed
This delightfully detailed rattlesnake will encourage your little one to explore and learn about the world of wild animals.
Rattlesnakes get their name from special structures on the tip of their tail. Their "rattle" is made of rings of keratin (the same material our fingernails are made of) and if they feel threatened, they move it quickly back and forth, 50-60 times per second! Many people are afraid of rattlesnakes, but by using common sense we can share our space with them, these beautiful animals are important to the environment, because they control rodent populations.
Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.
… We have more animals and sets from the Scheich range to add to your little one's collection.
Safety warning: Not suitable for under 36 months
smaller items may be delivered via Royal Mail.
Exceptional circumstances beyond our control such as bad weather or courier delays may cause your order to take longer to deliver
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If you are unhappy with an item that you have ordered, you are able to return it to us at your own cost. If the product is faulty, we can re-order this for you. If you do not wish to be re-sent the faulty product, you can send it back to us at your own cost – once we have received the goods, we will reimburse any postal charges you may incur. Click here for more information on our international returns policy.
How does this help my child ?
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.