Schleich Wolf Figurines

One of our favorite Wild Life figures is the Schleich Wolf. These beautifully detailed figurines encourage children to play and learn at the same time.

For Schleich, playing is learning! Playing with the Schleich Wolves will help your child develop both sensory and fine motor skills. More so, it allows the child to learn and use their imagination. 

Each Schleich wolf figurine is made with true craftsmanship and pride. They have an unparalleled attention to realistic scale and detailing. they are made with high quality materials and each is individually hand-painted.

Here are some great Schleich wolf figurines or sets that you can get today:

Schleich Mother Wolf with Pups

Wild Life | 12.99

Did you know that the mother wolf will have 5 or 6 pups in the Springtime? But before she does, she will start looking for a good place to have her litter. Some of her favorite places to make a safe den for her pups are:

  • Natural hole
  • Burrow in the hillside
  • Rock crevice
  • Hollow log
  • Overturned stump
  • Abandoned beaver lodge
  • Depression beneath the lower branches of a conifer

All of the members of the wolf pack act as a family and help to take care of the pups, feed them, and keep them safe. All during the spring and summer, the pups are the center of attention for the pack.

During this time, the wolves do not travel as a pack. Instead, they wait until the pups are older, after summer is over and fall has begun before they start traveling again. The pups are expected to keep up with the pack once they start traveling. By the time the pups are eight months old, around October and November, they are pretty much adult-sized.

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Schleich Wolf Figure

Wild Life | 6.99

Once wolf pups grow into adulthood, they will stay in the pack two or more years. Many of the wolves leave to search for a mate, sometimes establishing a new territory, and possibly even starting their own pack.

Wolves that leave their pack are known to have traveled as far as 550 miles before settling down and starting their own pack or joining another pack. 550 miles is about the width of the state of Montana!

The wolf packs are led by the alpha male and the alpha female. Wolves form strong social bonds with one another, meaning they can get very attached to another wolf, like with a best friend. Their pack is their family group.

Did you know that wolves communicate with each other using facial expressions, body positions, tail positions, vocalizations, and scent marking? Howling helps the pack stay in contact with each other and also seems to strengthen social bonds among pack members. Howling also warns others from entering that pack's territory.

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Another Schleich Wolf Figure

Wild Life | 5.29

The wolf is a carnivore, meaning it eats meat. With its long legs and big feet, the wolf can reach up to 37 miles per hour while chasing its prey. The wolves like to hunt in packs because they can take down larger prey easier.

A wolf pack is like a family group with the alpha male and alpha female, plus their offspring of various ages. The most common wolf packs have 6 to 10 wolves in them, although some have up to two dozen wolves.

The alpha female is in charge of care and defense of the pups, while the alpha male is mainly in charge of foraging and finding food. Wolves can travel up to 12 miles, or more, in a day hunting for food. They like to travel and hunt mostly at night, especially in areas where humans live.

Did you know that one wolf can eat up to 20 pounds of meat in a single sitting? That would be 80 McDonald's cheeseburgers!

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Schleich Arctic Wolf

Wild Life | 5.29

Arctic Wolves generally are smaller than Grey Wolves, measuring around 3 to 6 feet long, including the tail. Arctic Wolves have smaller ears, which help the wolf maintain body heat. Being the largest in size, the alpha male will continue growing even after the other wolves have stopped. Arctic wolves can be white, grey, or black.

They live in the Canadian Arctic islands and northern Greenland. It is so cold there that the soil remains frozen, even during "summer." The freezing temperatures are not the only challenges the arctic wolf faces. They have been known to roam up to 1000 square miles hunting for prey.

Did you know that sometimes a wolf can go for weeks without food, especially during the winter, when it is pitch dark for 4-5 months? But the habitat also provides an advantage: This far north, humans can hardly prey on it.

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Schleich Arctic Wolf Cub

Wild Life | 3.99

Did you know that Arctic wolves live in the Polar region, which is super cold? Their "summer," the warmest time of the year for them, is in May and June, which is when the mother Arctic Wolf usually gives birth to 2 or 3 pups. But even then, the ground is so frozen that the mother isn't able to dig a den for her cubs, so sometimes she uses caves, rock outcroppings, and even shallow depressions as dens instead.

When the wolf pups are born, they tend to have grey fur that later turns white. Their eyes have blue irises that will change to a yellow-gold or orange color when the pups are between 8 and 16 weeks old. The cubs usually stay with their mother until they are about two years old and can then take care of themselves completely.

Learn more about the Schleich Wild Life Arctic Wolf Cub.

Schleich Eldrador Snow Wolf

Eldrador | 11.99

Beware entering the ice world! This unique figure is from the fantasy world of Eldrador. While not a real animal, it sure makes for great play!

The Snow Wolf is on the prowl, moving through his world unseen because his white fur blends in with the snow so well. You won't see him until he pounces on you!

With his eagle eyes and an excellent sense of smell, nothing gets past him. He can track and hunt you easily. There will be no escaping the Snow Wolf!

Although the Snow Wolf is a loner, when he needs help, he will call on the Ice Dragon with his chilling wolf howl. He doesn't like the hot lava or the water. The only good water for him is frozen water!

Creatures from four different worlds are fighting for the Super Weapon. But the Super Weapon is in the Lava World, where the ice creatures do not want to go. Lava, Ice, Water, and Stone. Which world will seize the power of the Super Weapon and control all of the worlds? 

Learn more about the Schleich Eldrador Snow Wolf.

Final Bits on Schleich Wolves

You can find wolves in two popular Scheich brands:

If you have any questions about Schleich wolf figurines, don't hesitate to reach out to us!

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