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European Hare (Collecta - Wild Life).

Started by Jetoar, December 15, 2014, 05:14:40 PM

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Jetoar

Hello friends, this is the figure of European Hare (Lepus europaeus) Pallas, 1778 of Collecta-Wild Life. Total lenght is 50mm. This figure was relased in 2011 and it is avaliable.The European hare was first described by German zoologist Peter Simon Pallas in 1778. It shares the genus Lepus with other hares and jackrabbits. These animals are distinguished from other leporids by their longer legs, wider nostrils and precocial young. The former two are adaptations for long distance running. Historically, up to 30 subspecies of European hare have been classified, although their status has been variable.









Collecta is a young brand of figures, but in his short time of existence, they have done a lot of figures of different species of animals (included rare species of dinosaurs and animals). In their category of wild life, they have included the European Hare. This figure is a nice representation of this animal. The colors are exact and the details are nice and the sculpture is awesome. I think that it is one of the best figures of this animal and a good acquistion for deers collectors.  I bought this figure in a toy store of Cádiz (Spain) one month ago ^-^.
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bmathison1972

one of the better lagomorph figures out there

Jetoar

Quote from: bmathison1972 on December 15, 2014, 05:46:14 PM
one of the better lagomorph figures out there

Yes, I think the same that you partner  ^-^.
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brontodocus

I bought this one a few months ago, too. Quite nice, actually, and with properly long ears. :)

Jetoar

Quote from: brontodocus on December 16, 2014, 09:34:53 AM
I bought this one a few months ago, too. Quite nice, actually, and with properly long ears. :)

Yes it is. I remember the hare of Schleich that it was a really nice model also  ^-^.
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