FAO Schwarz Endangered Species Playset
Learn more about endangered animals with the FAO Schwarz Endangered Animals Playset. This set features seven animals and a global storage pouch, which has holes to place the animals on their home continents. Conservation starts early, and this set is a cute way to get kids involved!
The FAO Schwarz Endangered Species Playset features:
- Includes seven animals and storage pouch
- Learn about endangered species and their continents with this playset
- Animals and storage pouch are made from plush polyester
- Storage pouch includes holes to place the animals on their home continents
4.0 / 5.0
I special ordered this to have at my house when my granddaughters (ages 5 and 3) visit. It looked like we could talk about continents as well as animals. I loved how soft and cuddly it was, but I was confused that the hooded seal hole was placed in the Arctic Ocean when inside the earth it said it was supposed to be representing Antarctica. Confusing. Otherwise, the girls liked playing with it.
5.0 / 5.0
I ordered this for my grandson whose dad is a geographic specialist and so the "globe" is perfect. It is soft and not to big to go in the car with him and the little animals are precious.
5.0 / 5.0
This was the perfect gift for my 5-year old granddaughter. It's plush, it's educational and I know she will love it. Nothing breakable. My 3-year old grandson has the Dinosaur Rock one and he plays with it all the time. And what's nice is they can take them with them when they travel! I love it! I would recommend this toy for any child who loves animals!
2.0 / 5.0
We got this for our 1-year-old daughter for Christmas. She loves animals, and we thought the globe would be a great teaching tool for introducing her to geography and where different animals live. The animals are super adorable, and she loves learning about new animals (she didn't know what a lemur was before receiving this toy, for example). But the globe leaves something to be desired. The geography is terrible. I've never known England to touch Belgium, for example. So, as a teaching toy, half of it (the globe) isn't that useful. Plus, the information that comes with the globe indicates the seal lives in Antarctica, yet the little spot to keep the seal is north of the Arctic Circle. That's why I don't think it is worth the price.