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Learning Resources Jumbo Jungle Animals
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- Realistically detailed jungle animals designed for little hands and big imaginations
- Encourages imaginative play
- Includes elephant, giraffe, tiger, lion and gorilla
- Made from durable plastic
- Ideal for ages 3+
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From the manufacturer
Imaginations Run Wild
Each animal is realistically detailed to spark imaginative role play. Children will have fun bringing these animals to life in the creative scenes they make up.
Welcome to the Jungle
These exotic creatures will help children develop their curiosity about animals, how they live, and their natural habitat. Fun for the backyard or inside!
True Jumbo Size
These animals are sized large to make them easy for little hands to grasp and manipulate. The largest animal (giraffe) measures 8" long by 11.75" high.
Set comes with an activity guide featuring fascinating facts about each of the 5 jungle animals. For example, a lion’s roar can be heard from 5 miles away!
5 Jungle Friends
Includes 5 sturdy plastic animals: elephant, giraffe, tiger, lion, and gorilla. All are realistically detailed, so kids can see the pointed tusks of the elephant, the stripes of the tiger, and more!
Learning Resources offers a huge selection of early learning toys and games to help children develop key skills through play. We have toys that promote alphabet awareness, shape and color recognition, fine motor skills, imagination, and more!
Invite imaginative role play by introducing these big animals into your home. Great for encouraging oral language and vocabulary development. These 5 durable plastic animals are sized just right for small hands and are easy to clean.
From the Manufacturer
Take a pretend trip to the jungle and meet the local animals! Set of five popular animals--lion, tiger, gorilla, elephant, and giraffe all feature detailed painting and are made of durable, non-toxic, dishwasher-safe plastic. Giraffe measures 9 x 13.
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the original I received size size were great. But the quality and "paint" job were awful. The seams were horrible and misaligned and the paint was so cheap looking. Honestly dollar store quality. However my son loved them so I exchanged for a new set since the one I order came missing the gorilla.
The new set was so different! Much better quality wise. Although the the animals were slightly smaller than the original set, they were solid sturdy heavier plastic (original was light and could be squished). Also the paint design was so much more realistic with the replacement. I'm not sure what's going on with these items but they were almost like 2 completely different brands...but they both said learning resources. Take a look at the pictures and see what I'm talking about.
Original order animals were
Lighter softer plastic
Seams and paint job poor
Animals slightly smaller
Solid hard plastic
Seams matched up, almost couldn't see them
Paint/design more realistic
The original not as nice order came in a much larger box as you can see in the photo I uploaded.
Note: I see a lot of people trying to compare these to the Schleich animals. The prices are roughly similar with Schleich being slightly higher per figure. I ordered three Schleich animals that I think will be good to match with this set. I'll report back on how they compare!
Update: I purchases three Schleich animals. I was curious as to how they would compare to the Learning Resources sets and I figured a few more animals in our collection couldn't hurt! Here is my overall comparison:
Price - Learning Resources seem to average out as less per animal.
Quality - Schleich animals are much more sturdy. Apparently they are solid while the Learning Resources animals are hollow. Honestly there are advantages to both here. My daughter is 3 years old and I prefer the softer Learning Resources animals. They are soft to the touch and fairly flexible. I feel they are safer for toddler play both on your child and on your furniture! The soft Learning Resources animals are not going to damage small hands or your coffee table. The Schleich animals are hard enough to do some damage if smacked against your furniture or you child!
Size - Learning Resources animals are larger. Once again I find this better especially for younger children.
Realism - Schleich wins this hands down. The detail of each animal is better with Schleich and the colors seems to be much more realistic. If these are for education purposes especially with school age children Schleich may be the way to go. On the other hand the brighter colors of the Learning Resources animals may be better for preschoolers.
Now that I have had the change to compare both brands I still prefer the Learning Resources animals for preschoolers. This seems to be the target audience for these sets. For older kids you may want to look more seriously at Scheich.
Original review :
I'm shocked at the poor quality of your jumbo animals. The farm set was somewhat ok (the painting on the horse was so sloppy) but the jungle set is horrible!
I can't take them away from my 2 year old to return them. What is the solution?
1. I've never seen a red tiger.
2. The elephant has pink paint splatter
3. The giraffe looks like his skin is pealing.
4. The lions butt is glued on crooked!
Honestly I'm a bit disappointed in these jumbo jungle animals. The size is perfect for my toddler (almost 24 months) and they do have a nice weight to them which is why I'm giving them at least three stars. Simply put- they don't look like the picture (on here or the "activity guide" they come with). The paint job is extremely inconsistent, the faces on some are a little off, and they have huge seams where they were put together. The giraffe is extremely difficult to get to stand up and our tiger leans quite a bit on flat surfaces. My daughter will play with them of course but for the price (about $20) I don't think they are worth it. From a parent standpoint they aren't dishwasher safe and unfortunately you can't submerge them because water will get trapped inside according to the care instructions. Overall I think they are just okay but I'm not sure I would ever give them as a gift or purchase another set.