Stimulating imaginative play with amazingly detailed figures, the Schleich gazelle fawn figure is part of a wide collectable range. Designed to the highest standard of quality and safety, kids will love playing with and collecting these fantastic figures.
Between playful sprints, gazelle spend their mornings and evenings grazing on the African grasslands in herds, made up of mostly females with one male defending the group. During the hottest part of the day, gazelle rest in the shade under the trees.
Gazelle can reach a top speed of 50mph for long distances, and both the males and females show off arched, ringed horns. Pregnant females leave their herds when they're ready to give birth, and return with their newborn calves which they leave in hiding during the day to return to in the evening. After about 5 or 6 weeks, the calves join the rest of the herd in daytime grazing.