On safari, Tom and Ted find a lioness that urgently needs treatment in the truck. To do this, Tom and Ted lower the treatment cabin of their truck to the ground. Now the lioness can be treated in the perfectly equipped truck. Ranger Tom always has his bandages and stethoscope handy. After treatment, the lioness is accommodated in the transport box. The crane first pulls the cabin onto the truck and then attaches the box to the truck. Tom and Ted release the lioness at a large watering hole. She can take a rest here! Enjoy hours of imaginative play with the Animal Rescue Large Truck by Schleich.
“This playset is wonderful for imaginative play. Both my 3-year-old, and 6-year-old enjoyed playing together with this truck. My boys love the detachable cage, and how they get to pretend to be the “hurt lion,” or the ranger.”
“We were very excited to receive this product. Schleich is a company whose reputation proceeds them with having extremely high quality, detailed toys, and this product did not disappoint. When we first opened up this product, I was disappointed that I had to assemble the truck; however, I quickly realized building the truck was part of the fun! It comes with a large assembly book, similar to Legos, that gives step by step building instructions for the truck. I enlisted the help of my older son to build it.”
“Schleich toy designs are impeccable. The amount of realistic detail each animal has is astounding. From the ribs on the lion that are perfectly placed, to the strands of hair on the ranger’s head, it is clear that a lot of time and planning went into making these toys. The truck comes with a crane that rotates 360 degrees and can move up down. The crane also has a rope that can be lifted and lowered by a wheel.”
“The best part is the imaginative play for my kids. They are so into the medical container on the truck that they can remove on the integrated loading ramp. My boys are big heavy machinery fans, so they love being able to use the crane as well.”
“I love how this is a lesson on helping to protect and conserve wildlife as well.”