Green Taiga Tapir in Malaysia.
The South American tapir or the Brazilian tapir is the second largest mammal in South America, second to its cousin, the Baird’s Tapir. There are four species of tapir in the world and three of them reside in South and Central America.
Tapirs are related to horses and rhinoceroses, not pigs or anteaters, as people commonly think. They share the same type of feet – having hooves on the ends of their legs – and animals like these are known as ungulates.
Playing with wooden figures instills the love of nature and animals while developing creativity and imagination. These are perfect for young children and are ideal for use in Montessori and Waldorf play settings or as educational tools.
6 x 11.8 x 2cm
Made from Adler wood, finished with water-based paints, linseed oil and bio wax.
Recommended for 3 years above
⫸ N O T E ⫷
🔹 Toys should not be submerged in water, use damp textile to wipe
🔹 Proper use is absolutely safe, supervise mouthing children at all times.
🔹 Our products are made one by one by hand and may differ slightly from those shown in the pictures.
🔹Each piece is made from sustainable wood and you may see some rings, knots or rough spots, these are what makes your piece unique.
🔹Actual colors may vary a little from pictures. It depends on unique wood features and on the individual monitor colors settings.