Behold, our favourite mobile home owner, the White-lipped snail. They are very common in the UK and you will likely find them in your garden or local park, munching on all sorts of things; including nettles which are a snail delicacy.
“We are all different but there’s something kind of fantastic about that isn’t there?” – 'Fantastic Mr Fox' by Roald Dahl. Just look at that muzzle and those glorious whiskers, practically bristling with the anticipation of adventure. Oh foxy, you have our heart!
Named for the snuffling noises they make as they search for food in hedgerows, sadly these adorable spiny mammals are now considered an endangered species here in the UK. You can support their repopulation by leaving areas of your garden wild to encourage their natural prey, insects.
Bears are sadly not native to the UK anymore, but we received so many custom requests for these gentle playful beasts, that we felt compelled to include them in our woodland collection.
Common frogs can be found all over the UK in any habitat where breeding ponds are nearby. Did you know that frogs can jump up to 10 feet in the air?!
Amanita Muscaria has been prominent in fairy tales and spiritual ceremonies throughout the ages. They are even considered to be the original inspiration for Santa Claus’s red and white suit. Not for the kitchen table, these mushrooms are toxic and can cause hallucinations.
The collective noun for mice is a mischief; a mischief of mice. Despite this questionable label they have many redeeming qualities, including breeding large families, being exceptional jumpers and swimmers, and the tendency to keep their nests tidy and organised with separate pantry rooms for food storage.
Rabbits are very common in the UK, where we have over 300 different breeds. Did you know that the rabbit is actually native to Spain, and was introduced to this country by the Normans in the 12th century to provide food and fur?
Badgers are expert foragers and have big playful personalities. You can often see where they are active due to well trodden paths in the undergrowth near their homes and they are famed for how house-proud they are of their burrows, which are called sets.
Fallow deer are an adventurous bunch, with the many herd populations widespread throughout the UK mainland originating from park escapees.