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Also known as caribou in North America, reindeer are the largest deer found in the Arctic and Subarctic regions of Europe, Siberia, and North America. Reindeer are the only species of deer where both the males and females grow their own set of enormous antlers.

  • Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus
  • Characteristics: Hand painted and designed with stunning life-like realism, this figurine would fit into the sprawling and beautiful Arctic tundra. In fact, in areas like Canada the reindeer is seen as one of the quintessential animals of the region, and appears on the currency and coat-of-arms of some provinces.
  • Size and Color: While coloration can vary between subspecies, reindeer usually have dark colored legs with differently patterned and shaded tan, gray, or white bodies. This reindeer figurine stands 4 inches tall and 3.75 inches long, and is a touch shorter and longer than a soda can.
  • The Reindeer is part of the Wild Safari® North American Wildlife collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History:

    While it was previously thought that reindeer numbers were numerous due to the fact that they inhabited many different regions, recent studies have revealed that their number are in sharp decline. In 2015, they were officially classified as a vulnerable species. As with many vulnerable animals, the drop in the reindeer population can mainly be attributed to habitat loss and fragmentation. Thankfully, extensive efforts have already begun to help stabilize their overall population.

    • Recommended Age: 3+
    • Size in cm: 9 L x 3.6 W x 8.6 H
    • Size in inches: 3.54 L x 1.42 W x 3.39 H
    • UPC: 095866277925
    Present Status While there are still many reindeer in the wild, biologists are concerned because their numbers are plummeting. Much of the problem for reindeer is global climate change, which makes the world too warm for them, as well as industrialization, which develops land that the reindeer have historically lived upon.