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Lego Animal World . Animal show at the Lego Festijn 2012 in Goes. Watch the Dutch and African species. Between our own creations, you also will discover great Lego sets. Look at our robot animals, they move like real ones! . This animal show consist out of different displays, each with another topic: Dutch Pasture A typical Dutch landscape with sheep and swans. Created in Belville scale (1:25). The tree in the middle is from the Medieval market village (Lego set 10193). A country girl visits her sheep together with her dog. A naughty lam is eating poppy flowers (left photo). The Mute swans (Cygnus olor) are desperately in love and stick together for the rest of their life (right). Dutch Pool A Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) enters a pool to drink some water. This display is made in true scale (1:1). For more info, see Red squirrel. The green frog (set 7606) and the orange dragon fly (set 4349) are designed by Lego. In the field, between the clovers, you can see some cute snails (right photo). They are from The Ultimate Lego Book. African Savanne Elephants and ostrich standing in the Ambosell natural park in Kenya. Display designed in scale 1:25. Female elephant (Loxodonta africana Africana) eating leaf from an acacia tree, while her calf is waiting to get milk (left photo). For more info, see Elephant family. The Ostrich (Struthio camelus) is the largest bird in the world. He can run up to 70 kilometer per hour! These parents are waiting patiently, there chicken is just hatching itself out of its egg (right photo). African Battle Most of the time they leave one another alone. But sometimes this happens: An impressive fight between a lion and a crocodile! The male lion (Phanthera leo) is made from the fantastic Wild hunters Lego set (4884). The crocodile (Crocodylidae) belongs to the Ferocious creatures set (5868). Lego Events Our animal show was presented during the Lego Festijndag 2010 in Hardenberg, the Netherlands. An event organized by De Bouwsteen, a club of Dutch Lego fans. It was also demonstrated at Brick Mania 2011 in Wetteren, Belgium. This event was organized by BeLUG, a club of Belgium Lego fans. The photo on the right shows the play field for the moving animals. The duck family and the bad rat The ducks and the rat look and behave like real animals. They are made in true scale (1:1). Watch the video to see what happens. The White Duck A robot animal created with Lego Mindstorms. Discover how it works, see White Duck. The Little Ducks These chickens are remote controlled and made with Lego Power Functions. For details, see Little Ducks. The Brown Rat A robotic rat made with Lego Mindstorms NXT. For more info, see Brown Rat. Modern Farm A farm and beautiful design studio at the same time. You will discover cows, pigs and other animals in the yard. The tractors are taken from existing Lego sets. Inside and outside of the farm, all kind of cute & funny situations occur, see Modern Farm. Please enjoy our world of animals! The Vuurzoon Family.


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