The Gray wolf is not a solitary animal and must live in a pack to be able to fully flourish. Indeed, the perfect social cohesion that reigns within wolf packs allows them to hunt, occupy a territory and communicate without any difficulty. The pack is therefore a family group, generally made up of a dozen individuals. The outline of a pack normally consists of a dominant couple, and the cubs that this pair gave birth to every years.
Each pack has its own territory which it is responsible for defending against any intruder. The size of a Gray wolf pack varies according to the food resources of the environment, but in principle it covers no less than several hundred square kilometres. The limits of this territory are marked by odorous deposits in order to warn rival packs.
- Premium Quality
- Motif: Wolf Cub
- Type: Toy Figure
- Category Group: Toys
- Category Sub-Group: Vehicles, Figures and Playsets
- Group Gender: Child
- Gender: Unisex
- Size/Scale: One Size
- Colour: Grey
- Material: PVC
- Suitable for Children Three Years or Above
- Official Papo Licensed Merchandise
- Hand Painted Figurine
- Ideal Support for Play and Imagination
- Designed, Drawn and Developed in France
- Develops Dexterity and Sparks the Imagination
- Beautifully Finished and Durable
- Item Size (Estimated): 20 x 70 x 42 mm
- Item Weight (Estimated): 14g
Wild Animal Kingdom: Visit majestic white-tailed deer in the heart of the forests, explore the savannah alongside the mighty Sumatran tiger or climb snow-capped peaks to look for the snow leopard.
For almost 25 years now, Papo has been helping younger and older children to develop and to discover the world around them. Childhood is a time of dreams and adventures, and this was what we had in mind when we decided to create, invent, innovate with a wide range of animals or characters. One constant factor which has not changed over the years is quality (the quality of the sculptures and of the materials used) which has always been our watchword and will remain so.
Warning! To Be Used Under Direct Adult Supervision. Recommended Age Three Years and Above. Not Suitable for Children Under Three Years.