Whale of a Time Wall Toy

$ 1,099.95

Whale of a Time Wall Toy

$ 1,099.95
(Out of Stock)
badge - free shipping Free Shipping
badge - made in the usa Made in the USA
badge - highest quality Built to Last

Product Description

  • Description
  • Delivery About 2 Weeks


Let children's imaginations soar with the Whale of a Time Wall Toy. It's not only a eye catching addition to your play or wait areas, it's also two toys in one. Kids navigate the disks on the inner maze with the black knobs. They can also move colorful creatures around the surrounding seascape. It's a beautiful commercial quality toy.

Size: 31"W x 27"H x 2"D

Perfect for high traffic areas like malls, museums, pediatric hospitals and other places where children come to play or wait. 

Made in the U.S.A. by Playscapes

Hardware and assembly/mounting instructions are included Playscapes products are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for two years from the date of shipment.

  • Designed and manufactured for use in healthcare facilities where issues of infection control are most stringent.
  • Made with commercial-grade materials and should be included in the same cleaning protocols as furniture and other high-contact surfaces.
  • Frequent cleaning with most commercial disinfectant solutions will not damage or diminish any of our product finishes, but the use of ammonia on acrylic may cause cloudiness.

Interesting Facts About Whales:

  1. Whales are mammals: Despite their aquatic lifestyle, whales are warm-blooded mammals, just like humans. They give birth to live young ones, and they nurse their calves with milk produced by mammary glands.

  2. Diverse species: There are over 90 different species of whales, divided into two main groups: toothed whales (odontocetes) and baleen whales (mysticetes). Toothed whales include species like dolphins and sperm whales, while baleen whales include humpback whales and blue whales.

  3. Largest animals on Earth: Blue whales are the largest animals to have ever existed on Earth. They can reach lengths of up to 100 feet (30 meters) and can weigh as much as 200 tons.

  4. Long migrations: Some whale species undertake some of the longest migrations of any animal. For example, gray whales migrate up to 12,000 miles (19,000 kilometers) round-trip between their feeding and breeding grounds.

  5. Complex communication: Whales are known for their intricate vocalizations. Humpback whales, for instance, produce complex songs that can last for hours and are believed to play a role in mating and communication.

  6. Unique feeding methods: Baleen whales have comb-like structures in their mouths called baleen plates that they use to filter food from the water. They often feed on tiny organisms like krill, taking in massive mouthfuls of water and then expelling it through their baleen to trap the food.

  7. Deep divers: Sperm whales are renowned for their deep-sea diving abilities. They can descend to depths of over 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) and hold their breath for up to two hours while hunting for prey in the ocean's depths.

  8. Cultural significance: Many indigenous cultures around the world have deep cultural and spiritual connections to whales. Whales are often seen as symbols of strength, wisdom, and unity with the natural world.

  9. Conservation concerns: Whales face numerous threats, including habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, and entanglement in fishing gear. Conservation efforts are underway to protect and preserve these majestic creatures.

  10. Whale watching: Whale watching has become a popular ecotourism activity in many coastal regions. Responsible whale watching can help raise awareness about these animals and contribute to their conservation.

Delivery About 2 Weeks

  • This item is made to order and ships factory direct from Wisconsin.
  • Ground delivery About 2 Weeks
  • We will email you the tracking number when your order ships.