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Great work with small models, Susanne! Applause You are much more handy, ("fingernem" in Danish and Norwegian) than you will admit. Very Happy How small are the models? They looks very tiny.

Arrhhw, thankyou, dear Tove Embarassed Very Happy Very Happy

Yes, they are quite small : 2,1 cm from bottom of the base to the shoulder Surprised

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Beautiful walkaround, Cristophe. Thanks for the link.Very Happy

Susanne, 2,1 cm are not much! They are even smaller than I thought!
One more question, are the Kaiyodo models to be glued together, or only clicked together? Just curious? Wink
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Beautiful walkaround, Cristophe. Thanks for the link.Very Happy

Susanne, 2,1 cm are not much! They are even smaller than I thought!
One more question, are the Kaiyodo models to be glued together, or only clicked together? Just curious? Wink

They are clicked together, like a puzzle. They most have 4 body parts that have to be clicked together. Each body part has a place and has pins/holes to be clicked in. No glue needed Wink

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Thank you, Karin. Very Happy sunny
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Thank you, Karin. Very Happy sunny  

You are very welcome Very Happy
When you get original (with package) Kaiyodos, the instructions for assembling are on a little paper with them. Very easy to do that Very Happy Most mammals, birds, reptiles and amfibs have 4 parts, as insects may have more due to all the legs and antennas.

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Thank you, Karin. Very Happy sunny  

You are very welcome Very Happy
When you get original (with package) Kaiyodos, the instructions for assembling are on a little paper with them. Very easy to do that Very Happy Most mammals, birds, reptiles and amfibs have 4 parts, as insects may have more due to all the legs and antennas.

Thankyou, Karin Very Happy flower
A little addition : In this series, the little deer has nine parts, one of the orcas has 8, the stoats have 7, others have 6 parts Shocked

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My new Safari Ltd american bagder

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He is such a charming model !!! Congratulations, Andreas cheers

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Thank you Susanne :)

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I also have it and I like it very much. That's one of the advantages of Safari having a North American oriented Forest series. :) Well, these last two years things have changed a little, mainly with the wild boar and red deer. Very Happy

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Laughing A pink skunk cheers

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Gorgeous figurines, everyone! cheers I just love mustelids drunken I have quite a lot to show, but for this moment, I only have my wolverines ready:

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Schleich-S, Mojö Fun, Play Visions, Safari Ltd and Nayab

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They look so nice together! Actually, it is hard to believe that there aren't wolverines in Japanese brands as you commented as it is also quite strange that there aren't vintage wolverines.
I personally can't remember any other figure. scratch
I think my collection is similar to yours though I have Bullyland instead of Nayab. Very Happy

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Nice wolverines too :)

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Thanks, Roger and Andreas!

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Actually, it is hard to believe that there aren't wolverines in Japanese brands as you commented as it is also quite strange that there aren't vintage wolverines.

Hmm, strange scratch I think a wolverine produced by a Japanese brand could be very beautiful! And it's really strange there aren't any known from vintage brands as well. Wolverines aren't that rare species, right? geek Even Schleich made one Laughing

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Thanks, Roger and Andreas!

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Hmm, strange scratch I think a wolverine produced by a Japanese brand could be very beautiful! And it's really strange there aren't any known from vintage brands as well. Wolverines aren't that rare species, right? geek Even Schleich made one Laughing

lol! If Schleich did, it is common. Laughing Wolverines are very known animals in several regions, it can be found in Europe, Asia and North America, so it has a wide distribution.
Actually Play Visions made it first as far as we know, Bullyland was the first making it in standard size but Schleich started the fever once Mojö's and Safari's seem to be improved and reactive releases.
I can't be sure but it is also quite surprising that a brand like Chap Mei, very focused in "monster" creatures, never released it too. I also think that the most expectable to make it was Papo but much probably we will see a very ferocious one next years.

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Thanks, Roger and Andreas!

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Actually, it is hard to believe that there aren't wolverines in Japanese brands as you commented as it is also quite strange that there aren't vintage wolverines.

Hmm, strange scratch I think a wolverine produced by a Japanese brand could be very beautiful! And it's really strange there aren't any known from vintage brands as well. Wolverines aren't that rare species, right? geek Even Schleich made one Laughing

lol! If Schleich did, it is common. Laughing Wolverines are very known animals in several regions, it can be found in Europe, Asia and North America, so it has a wide distribution.
Actually Play Visions made it first as far as we know, Bullyland was the first making it in standard size but Schleich started the fever once Mojö's and Safari's seem to be improved and reactive releases.
I can't be sure but it is also quite surprising that a brand like Chap Mei, very focused in "monster" creatures, never released it too. I also think that the most expectable to make it was Papo but much probably we will see a very ferocious one next years.

Haha, true that Laughing
Well, maybe some vintage or China/unknown brand wolverines will pop up in the future Razz And a Papo wolverine would be great as well! But wow, I would love to see a Chap Mei wolverine Shocked

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Woah I just remembered another wolverine Shocked Someone (not sure who, I think Sean was involved Laughing) showed us some figurines from a NWF series of animals around the world (made around 1999). I remember that each animal came with a plastic piece in the shape of the continent it came from, something like that.. scratch I only know that the series included a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. I'm pretty sure it included a wolverine too, but I don't remember where all this was discussed.. What a Face

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Woah I just remembered another wolverine Shocked Someone (not sure who, I think Sean was involved Laughing) showed us some figurines from a NWF series of animals around the world (made around 1999). I remember that each animal came with a plastic piece in the shape of the continent it came from, something like that.. scratch I only know that the series included a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. I'm pretty sure it included a wolverine too, but I don't remember where all this was discussed.. What a Face

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Woah I just remembered another wolverine Shocked Someone (not sure who, I think Sean was involved Laughing) showed us some figurines from a NWF series of animals around the world (made around 1999). I remember that each animal came with a plastic piece in the shape of the continent it came from, something like that.. scratch I only know that the series included a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. I'm pretty sure it included a wolverine too, but I don't remember where all this was discussed.. What a Face

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Hurray, thank you so much! cheers I was searching the SUY topics for this, but gave up Laughing I'm so glad you found it, thanks for the link! Very Happy

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Woah I just remembered another wolverine Shocked Someone (not sure who, I think Sean was involved Laughing) showed us some figurines from a NWF series of animals around the world (made around 1999). I remember that each animal came with a plastic piece in the shape of the continent it came from, something like that.. scratch I only know that the series included a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. I'm pretty sure it included a wolverine too, but I don't remember where all this was discussed.. What a Face

And I just re-found the Go Diego Go! Mattel wolverine as well Laughing

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Seems like there still are some wolverine figurines to catch! cheers

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Hurray, thank you so much! cheers I was searching the SUY topics for this, but gave up Laughing I'm so glad you found it, thanks for the link! Very Happy

You're welcome Julie! Very Happy That Diego wolverine is in very good company too. :)

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Interesting wolverine :)

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It is adoreable !!! cheers

What is the material ? Very Happy

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Thank you Susanne, it is soft plastic :)

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Other good model.

What size is ?

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Large, i will share a compare pic soon :)

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Marx Giant otter

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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

The giant otter is from Endangered Animals (WWF series 2) from 1972. The first set of Endangered Animals was released in 1971 and contains the famous Spanish imperial eagle painted figure. TAW is missing both these sets :)
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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

Jarda is right. There is also a new Giant otter made by Yowie US, very actually. I also dont knows this serie before i found it. There are some more special (sub)species inside.

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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

The giant otter is from Endangered Animals (WWF series 2) from 1972. The first set of Endangered Animals was released in 1971 and contains the famous Spanish imperial eagle painted figure. TAW is missing both these sets :)

Do you know what other species are in serie 1? I only knows the red wolf and the eagle. Do you know if the serie 2 is also available as painted version?

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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

The giant otter is from Endangered Animals (WWF series 2) from 1972. The first set of Endangered Animals was released in 1971 and contains the famous Spanish imperial eagle painted figure. TAW is missing both these sets :)

Do you know what other species are in serie 1? I only knows the red wolf and the eagle. Do you know if the serie 2 is also available as painted version?

I am sorry, Andreas, I never saw any figure from the 1972 set painted. Here are list of species:

Set 1 (1971)
Asiatic lion,
Bactrian camel,
Ceylon elephant,
Giant panda,
Indian rhinoceros,
Orang-utan,
Polar bear,
Red wolf,
Siberian tiger,
Spanish imperial eagle

Set 2 (1972)
Arabian oryx,
Asiatic cheetah,
Atlantic walrus,
Giant otter,
Juan Fernández fur seal,
Mountain gorilla,
Mountain zebra,
Snow leopard,
Walia ibex
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A giant otter? Cool! Could you remind me to which series this figure belongs? I can't find it on TAW. Wink

The giant otter is from Endangered Animals (WWF series 2) from 1972. The first set of Endangered Animals was released in 1971 and contains the famous Spanish imperial eagle painted figure. TAW is missing both these sets :)

Do you know what other species are in serie 1? I only knows the red wolf and the eagle. Do you know if the serie 2 is also available as painted version?

I am sorry, Andreas, I never saw any figure from the 1972 set painted. Here are list of species:

Set 1 (1971)
Asiatic lion,
Bactrian camel,
Ceylon elephant,
Giant panda,
Indian rhinoceros,
Orang-utan,
Polar bear,
Red wolf,
Siberian tiger,
Spanish imperial eagle

Set 2 (1972)
Arabian oryx,
Asiatic cheetah,
Atlantic walrus,
Giant otter,
Juan Fernández fur seal,
Mountain gorilla,
Mountain zebra,
Snow leopard,
Walia ibex
Ringtailed wallaby

Thank you so much. The elephant as subspecie is interesting :)

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Thanks a lot [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]! That is the kind of reply we are used from you, always with your precious knowledge about this subject. We had some info on forum but not that complete. I used your information to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Very Happy
Thanks also Andreas for pointing other figures and maybe we will use your pictures once more. Very Happy

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Thanks a lot [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]! That is the kind of reply we are used from you, always with your precious knowledge about this subject. We had some info on forum but not that complete. I used your information to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Very Happy
Thanks also Andreas for pointing other figures and maybe we will use your pictures once more. Very Happy

Okay, i will share pics of the complete serie 2 and the eagle.

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