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Giromax Animal Planet


Giromax Animal Planet

Year: 2014
Total stickers: 208


Collection preview (99% scanned images)

Statistics:
collecting: 20 / completed: 14


Checklist

No.TitleSectionTypeNeedOfferNeed/Offer.
1BirdsIndexfigure221.00
2ReptilesIndex-180.13
3Mammals (puzzle 1)Index-160.17
4Mammals (puzzle 2)Index-130.33
5FishIndexfigure120.50
6PandaMammals. Characteristicsfigure150.20
7WallabyMammals. Characteristics-240.50
8Baby kangarooMammals. Characteristics-290.22
9Big pandaMammals. Characteristics-160.17
10Big pandaMammals. Characteristics-160.17
11DogMammals. Characteristics-140.25
12CatMammals. Characteristicsmetal431.33
13Deer with fawnMammals. Reproduction-190.11
14OrangutanMammals. Reproduction-250.40
15TigerMammals. Reproduction-160.17
16Giraffe with a babyMammals. Reproduction-140.25
17Bear with bearMammals. Reproduction-140.25
18Lioness with cubsMammals. Reproduction-260.33
19Polar bearMammals. Nutrition-270.29
20Lions eat gazelles, zebras or wildebeestMammals. Nutrition-120.50
21Wolves eat sheep, deer or rabbitsMammals. Nutrition-130.33
22HyenaMammals. Nutrition-160.17
23Horse with foalMammals. Nutrition-180.13
24GiraffesMammals. Nutrition-250.40
25Some live in the jungle, like the gorilla and the Bengal TigerMammals. Habitat and environment-260.33
26Other live in the desert, like the camelMammals. Habitat and environment-250.40
27Squirrels, deer and bears live in forestsMammals. Habitat and environment-170.14
28Cows, horses, sheep, mice, etc. live in the countrysideMammals. Habitat and environment-150.20
29There are marine mammals that live in the sea, such as dolphins and ehalesMammals. Habitat and environmentmetal250.40
30A baby sealMammals. Habitat and environment-170.14
31Jungle. ElephantActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure120.50
32Jungle. TigerActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure130.33
33JungleActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure313.00
34Glacier. A baby sealActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure130.33
35Glacier. Polar foxActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure404.00
36Glacier. Polar bearActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure321.50
37Desert. MeerkatActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure250.40
38Desert. CamelActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure120.50
39Desert. FennecActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure221.00
40Forest. RoeActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure111.00
41Forest. DeerActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure120.50
42Forest. SquirrelActivity 1 (Where do these mammals like to live?)figure240.50
43Domestic. DogActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure303.00
44Domestic. RabbitActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure414.00
45Domestic. CatActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure313.00
46Wild. WolfActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure340.75
47Wild. BearActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure221.00
48Wild. LeonActivity 2 (Let's play: which of these mammals are wild and which are domestic?)figure321.50
49Dog and catMammals. Habitat and environmentmetal170.14
50Phacochoerus africanusMammals. Habitat and environment-250.40
51CamelsMammals. Habitat and environment-160.17
52Polar bear with cubMammals. Habitat and environment-260.33
53Walruses have lots of fat to stay warmMammals. Habitat and environment-120.50
54MarmosetMammals. Habitat and environment-1100.10
55WhalesMammals. Habitat and environment-180.13
56BuffaloMammals. Habitat and environmentmetal250.40
57RhinocerosActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-120.50
58MammothActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-120.50
59Labrador DogActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-160.17
60Woolly rhinocerosActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-180.13
61African elephantActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-230.67
62WolfActivity 3 (Search for the prehistoric partners of the rhinoceros, the dog and the elephant)-280.25
63PigActivity 4 (Draw, cut out and stick your favourite mammal in the frame!)metal140.25
64KittenActivity 4 (Draw, cut out and stick your favourite mammal in the frame!)-250.40
65DucklingsActivity 4 (Draw, cut out and stick your favourite mammal in the frame!)-250.40
66LeopardActivity 4 (Draw, cut out and stick your favourite mammal in the frame!)-150.20
67ZebraMammals. Review textfigure212.00
68CalfMammals. Review textfigure230.67
69GiraffeMini Clay Buddies-190.11
70The Giant PandaMini Clay Buddies-130.33
71African lionMini Clay Buddies-160.17
72Birds that live in forests and jungles (like the toucan and cardinals)Birds. Characteristicsmetal260.33
73SwallowBirds. Characteristics-280.25
74Bald eagleBirds. Characteristics-140.25
75SeagullsBirds. Characteristics-180.13
76Eagle-owlBirds. Characteristics-170.14
77Marine birdsBirds. Characteristics-230.67
78African ostrichBirds. Characteristics-140.25
79PenguinsBirds. Characteristics-160.17
80PenguinsBirds. Characteristics-170.14
81HummingbirdsBirds. Characteristics-230.67
82FlyActivity 5 (Look at which birds are capable of flight and which are flightless?)figure202.00
83Fly - EagleActivity 5 (Look at which birds are capable of flight and which are flightless?)figure321.50
84Fly -Macaw ParrotActivity 5 (Look at which birds are capable of flight and which are flightless?)figure230.67
85Flightless - RoosterActivity 5 (Look at which birds are capable of flight and which are flightless?)figure120.50
86Flightless - KiwiActivity 5 (Look at which birds are capable of flight and which are flightless?)figure230.67
87PeacockBirds. Characteristics-170.14
88Peacocks show their beautiful tail when they find an attractive femaleBirds. Characteristics-250.40
89PartridgesBirds. Characteristics-270.29
90SunbitternsBirds. Characteristics-140.25
91The bird is a KookaburraBirds. Characteristicsmetal230.67
92Emperor PenguinsBirds. Characteristics-180.13
93Chicken with chickensBirds. Characteristics-240.50
94Duck with ducklingsBirds. Characteristics-160.17
95HeronBirds. Characteristics-180.13
96Water birds have webbed feet and can use their legs like oars for rowingBirds. Characteristics-160.17
97ParrotActivity 6 (Are we familiar with the feathers?)figure221.00
98PenguinActivity 6 (Are we familiar with the feathers?)figure130.33
99White SwanActivity 6 (Are we familiar with the feathers?)figure221.00
100ChickBirds. Reproduction-170.14
101Bird nestBirds. Reproduction-180.13
102Emperor Penguins do not make nestsBirds. Reproduction-240.50
103The future parents usually build a nestBirds. Reproduction-250.40
104The future parents usually build a nestBirds. Reproduction-140.25
105After chicks are born, the parents feed them and protectBirds. Reproduction-170.14
106Some birds are carnivores - they hunt for foodBirds. Nutritionmetal140.25
107PelicanBirds. Nutrition-230.67
108HummingbirdBirds. Nutrition-180.13
109ToucanBirds. Nutrition-250.40
110WoodpeckerBirds. Nutrition-260.33
111GullBirds. Nutritionfigure431.33
112HoopoeActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-170.14
113Eagle - MeatActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-160.17
114Hummingbird - NectarActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-140.25
115Crane - FishActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-160.17
116Toucan - MangoActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-180.13
117Parrot - Dried fruitActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-160.17
118Cock - WormsActivity 7 (Look at these beaks. What do their "owners" eat?)-160.17
119PelicanBirds. Habitat and environment-160.17
120JayBirds. Habitat and environment-140.25
121Eagle-owlBirds. Habitat and environment-150.20
122Emperor PinguinBirds. Habitat and environmentmetal250.40
123African ostrichBirds. Habitat and environment-150.20
124SwallowsBirds. Habitat and environment-260.33
125White egretBirds. Habitat and environment-230.67
126Jungle - Parrot CockatooActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure221.00
127Jungle - Macaw ParrotActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure212.00
128Jungle - ToucanActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure331.00
129Aquatic - Pink FlamingoActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure230.67
130Aquatic - Emperor PinguinActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure313.00
131Aquatic - Mandarin duckActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure130.33
132ForestActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure120.50
133Forest - CardinalActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure422.00
134Forest - WoodpeckerActivity 8 (Do you want to help these birds find their other half?)figure505.00
135The FinchBirds. Habitat and environmentmetal160.17
136EagleBirds. Habitat and environment-2100.20
137White SwanBirds. Review textfigure120.50
138OstrichBirds. Review textfigure130.33
139Macaw ParrotMini Clay Buddies-240.50
140PeacockMini Clay Buddies-260.33
141RoosterMini Clay Buddies-140.25
142Fishes live underwater and their bodies are adapted for swimmingFish. Characteristics-170.14
143They have fins instead of limbsFish. Characteristics-221.00
144They breathe the oxygen in the water through their gillsFish. Characteristics-160.17
145Their bodies are covered in scales, but not all scales are the sameFish. Characteristicsmetal150.20
146SharkFish. Characteristics-190.11
147ClownfishFish. Characteristics-160.17
148White sharkFish. Characteristics-160.17
149Manta RaysFish. Characteristics-150.20
150Manta RaysFish. Characteristics-130.33
151Fish can have highly different coloured scalesFish. Characteristics-160.17
152Lionfish use their colours to warn other fish they are poisonousFish. Characteristics-130.33
153With cardinal fish, males incubate eggs by carrying them in their mouthsFish. Reproduction-170.14
154Sharks hatch from eggs, but leave the egg while still inside the motherFish. Reproduction-120.50
155Some fish cover large distances to spawn, for example salmonFish. Reproduction-170.14
156TroutFish. Reproduction-250.40
157PiranhaFish. Reproduction-260.33
158Small fish are called juvenile fishFish. Reproduction-140.25
159Others, like grouper, eat smaller fish or molluscsFish. Nutrition-160.17
160For example, some fish, such as stonebream, eat seaweedFish. Nutrition-221.00
161SharksFish. Nutritionmetal240.50
162MonkfishFish. Nutrition-160.17
163CatfishFish. Nutrition-1100.10
164CatfishFish. Nutrition-170.14
165Did you know that sailfish are the fastest fish?Fish. Habitat and environment-160.17
166There are fish that can only live tropical waters, like clownfishFish. Habitat and environmentmetal230.67
167Others are only found in cold waters, like the basking sharkFish. Habitat and environment-170.14
168Fish also adapt to the place they live in and adopt different shapesFish. Habitat and environment-140.25
169Fish StingrayFish. Habitat and environment-150.20
170Fish also adapt to the place they live in and adopt different shapesFish. Habitat and environment-170.14
171GoldfishFish. Review textfigure230.67
172ClownfishFish. Review textfigure212.00
173ClownfishMini Clay Buddies-130.33
174SharkMini Clay Buddies-230.67
175OctopusMini Clay Buddies-180.13
176Giant turtleReptiles. Characteristics-150.20
177IguanaReptiles. Characteristics-150.20
178ViperReptiles. Characteristics-150.20
179TurtlesReptiles. Characteristics-170.14
180SerpensReptiles. Characteristics-150.20
181CaimanReptiles. Characteristics-160.17
182GavialReptiles. Characteristics-230.67
183AlligatorsReptiles. Characteristics-170.14
184Giant turtlesReptiles. Characteristics-160.17
185Marine turtleReptiles. Characteristics-140.25
186A giant boa constrictorReptiles. Characteristicsmetal180.13
187VaranReptiles. Characteristics-150.20
188Marine turtleReptiles. Reproduction-150.20
189CrocodilesReptiles. Reproduction-170.14
190Young turtlesReptiles. Reproduction-140.25
191SnakesReptiles. Reproductionfigure221.00
192SnakesReptiles. Reproduction-240.50
193ChameleonReptiles. Reproduction-140.25
194CobraReptiles. Nutrition-140.25
195Carnivorous lizards hunt insects or miceReptiles. Nutritionmetal160.17
196Some reptiles are herbivores, meaning they only eat vegetables. Iguanas are herbivorous lizards.Reptiles. Nutrition-160.17
197Turtles also eat vegetables, although sea turtles eat other animals, such as jellyfishReptiles. Nutrition-150.20
198PythonReptiles. Nutrition-160.17
199Giant turtleReptiles. Nutrition-160.17
200There are reptiles that live in water, such as snakes and iguanasReptiles. Habitat and environment-150.20
201Others live treetops, such as chameleonsReptiles. Habitat and environmentmetal150.20
202Yemeni chameleonReptiles. Habitat and environment-160.17
203Reptiles are the oldest animals in the worldReptiles. Habitat and environment-160.17
204ChameleonReptiles. Habitat and environmentfigure221.00
205TurtleMini Clay Buddies-160.17
206King KobraReptiles. Review textfigure111.00
207ChameleonMini Clay Buddies-140.25
208CrocodileMini Clay Buddies-140.25
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