Nicknamed "saber antelope," an oryx can take down a lion with its horns…but it's much happier volunteering as the official balloon popper after birthday parties. Oryx antelopes live in extremely dry, hot deserts, so this oryx figurine feels right at home in your sandbox.
Dimensions 4.3 x 1.9 x 4.5 inch (W x D x H)The award for "Best Impression of an Oryx in a Leading Role" goes to…the oryx figurine from Schleich! Pale fur, dark facial markings, and long, straight horns…a stunning performance!
True story: An oryx once snuck into a unicorn reunion and none of the unicorns seemed to notice. What fantastic stories will your oryx be a part of?
Crafted to endure long road trips, deep toy chests, and migrations across the Serengeti.
Measuring 4.3" inches from horn to hoof, and 4.5" from masked face to tail, the oryx figurine is perfectly sized for dioramas, cake toppers, and other DIY crafts.
Perfect for that hard-to-shop-for kid who loves wild animals and getting lost in stories.You're in a caravan journeying across the desert. The sun beats down. Heat radiates from the sand. Across the dunes, you spot movement. You rub your eyes. Is it a unicorn? You draw closer and spy a second horn. Two unicorns? It can't be. As you approach, you laugh at your folly: It's an oryx antelope...and to your delight, he's carrying a jug of icy cold lemonade.
Schleich® wild animal figurines for toddlers and kids introduce the limitless possibilities of storytelling and imaginative play. From realistic ocean and jungle animal figurines to our popular playsets, Schleich® Wild Life lets your stories run wild. Authentic wild creature figurines toys prowl, swim, and soar with rich, accurate detail and texture, while our full-featured wild life playsets bring learning to life. Our wild animal toys love cross into new play worlds to create stories with Schleich® enchanted creature toys, farm animal figurines and dinosaur toys! Schleich® wild animal toys and playsets are built to last for generations. All our toys meet the highest national and international safety standards.
The Oryx will get moisture from melons or from licking dew off its fur when a watering hole isn't nearby. Do you think it uses a straw?