- At the base of the beak, the swan from Schleich Farm World has a striking black hump. The hump swan owes its name. The large birds belong to the family of goose birds and live preferably on lakes and ponds. There they feed on aquatic plants and small animals.
- When searching for food, they founded upside down in the water with their long neck. Once a year, they murk to throw off old plumage and renew it.
- Hump swans are monogamous. When a couple has found, they stay together for their life.
- The Schleich figures are modelled in detail and stand for educational play.
- The item belongs to the theme world Farm World and is suitable for children between 3-8 years.