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The largest member of the weasel family, the wolverine is a ferocious and carnivorous mammal that can be found primarily in the northern United States, Canada, Alaska, Russia, Siberia, and the Nordic European countries.

  • Scientific Name: Gulo gulo
  • Characteristics:Like all Safari figurines, this wolverine model has been hand painted and professionally crafted for optimal accuracy and realism. Wolverines are incredibly fierce, and as a result have very new natural predators, reflected in the dominant strut of this model.
  • Size and Color: 3.75 inches long and 2 inches tall, our wolverine figurine is the size of a deck of cards stood on its side. Wolverines can have coats of many different colors, including varying shades of brown, tan, white, and black.
  • The Wolverine is part of the Wild Safari® North American Wildlife collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History:

    Although wolverines are classified as an animal of least concern, their worldwide population numbers are unknown. This is mainly due to the fact that wolverines have a naturally low population density, and are constantly roaming over large distances. However, due to human development and encroachment, wolverines have slowly been pushed out of many of their endemic habitats. Because of this, some researchers believe that wolverines may have a declining population and could soon be classified as vulnerable.

    • Recommended Age: 3+
    • Size in cm: 10 L x 3.2 W x 4.5 H
    • Size in inches: 3.94 L x 1.26 W x 1.77 H
    • UPC: 095866180409
    Present Status Wolverines are found all over the world in places that have long, cold winters. They are common in the northern mountainous areas of the United States, most of Canada, Alaska, Russia, China, Sweden, and other parts of the northern hemisphere. Because of deforestation, global warming, and human development of the landscape, the natural habitats of wolverines are threatened.