台灣犬 Taiwan Dog 生態簡介
１·This product is assembled by some small parts. Please do not put in into mouth. It recommended for use by people over 7 years old.
２·Strong magnets are used for the assembled parts. Please be careful of your fingers to avoid clipping.
３·Please hold it carefully to avoid falling.
４·Keep it away from the fire to avoid dangers.
Product Size/產品尺寸：L 14 x W 15 x H 5.5 cm
Package Size/包裝盒尺寸：L 8.5 x W 14.5 x H 10 cm
Product Weight/產品淨重：191 g
Gross Weight/產品毛重：280 g
With the powerful magnets embedded inside the figure’s joints, the stock-limit Formosan Black Bear wooden figures have rotatable and detachable limbs and heads.
Through the special connection of the bear figures, we hope to remind the very same environmental circumstance that the bears are facing to the public, and also to collect people’s attention and support toward the reservation of Formosan Black Bears.
Formosan Hares used to distribute from plains to the regions in altitude of 500 meters. However, nowadays both the plains and hills of Taiwan have been over-developed. The Formosan hares have lost their original natural habitat and moved into the mountains. Their population has been decreased.
We combine the furry hare models with the lathe skill, to make the adorable Formosan Hare Figures. Hopefully, by so doing, we can recall the memories of indigenous Formosan Hares living deeply in the mountains and fields, with whom we have shared this piece of land together.
The Formosan Sika Deer is a unique endemic Sub-Species in Taiwan.
They used to roam around on our landscapes in ancient times but they are now endangered due to their over catching and the destruction of their habitat. Now, only few still exist in captivity. This precious animal has a tight link to Taiwanese history and aboriginal culture.
Formosan serow is one of the indigent animals in Taiwan. They are very sensitive and shy. Formosan serow is related to antelopes by blood; they are also called Taiwan antelope. Formosan serow is an endemic subspecies to Taiwan and the major prey for hunters. Due to mass predation, we can hardly see Formosan serow in the wild today.