ATV Fun with Carrying Trailer

Great gift for kids aged 3-6 years, this 6V electric tractor with a detachable trailer not only offers a realistic driving experience but also allows kids to do carrying chores indoors and outdoors (the trailer is only for light items).

Safe and Smooth Ride On

Made of premium PP with an ergonomic wide seat, this electric 6-wheeler can hold a little driver within 66 lbs. Treaded tires provide high traction on grass, dirt, gravel, and pavement. 

High Performance Powered Car

Equipped with a 6V 4.5Ah UL-certified rechargeable battery and a 6V 25W motor, the battery-powered quad will last about 1 hour after full charge, providing your child a riding journey at the speed of 1.86-3.73 mph.


Easy to Operate

Easy to assemble the ride-on toy according to the detailed manual. Just turn on the start button and step on the foot pedal, the toddler can move the car forward and backward easily.



The Indian Wild Ass, also called the Indian onager, is a subspecies of the onager native to South Asia. The Indian wild ass is quite different from the African wild ass species. The coat is usually sandy, but varies from reddish grey, fawn, to pale chestnut. The animal possesses an erect, dark mane which runs from the back of the head and along the neck. The mane is then followed by a dark brown stripe running along the back, to the root of the tail.


The Indian Wild Ass’s range once extended from western India, southern Pakistan, i.e. provinces of Sindh and Baluchistan, Afghanistan, and south-eastern Iran. Today, its last refuge lies in the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Little Rann of Kutch and its surrounding areas of the Great Rann of Kutch in the Gujarat province of India. The animal is also seen in saline deserts, arid grasslands and shrublands.


The India Wild Ass is the fastest of Indian animals, with speeds clocked at about 43.5-49.7 miles (70-80km) per hour and can easily outrun a jeep. Stallions live either solitarily, or in small groups of two and three while family herds remain large.

The India Wild Ass’s mating season is in the rainy season. When a mare comes into heat, she separates from the herd with a stallion who battles against rivals for her possession. After a few days, the pair returns to the herd. The mare gives birth to one foal. The male foal weans away by 1-2 years of age, while the female continues to stay with the family herd.


Chipmunks are diurnal animals. Every spring and summer is the breeding period for Chipmunks. In winter, they will hibernate. If they are raised in a warm room, the chance of hibernation will be reduced, but can not be completely avoided. If you keep a Chipmunk, you need to take good care of it. If it is found hibernating, wake it up and feed it. Some Chipmunks will really die after a long hibernation. Take care to keep your little squirrel, which is less than two months old, warm until early June, especially in the north. Chipmunks are more likely to catch a cold because of the low temperature. Owners should add more bedding materials at night, change them in the morning, and pay attention to air circulation during the day. After the end of June, you need to take care of the heatstroke prevention of the Chipmunks because heatstroke can be fatal to them.

The Lion and the Wild Ass

Once upon a time, in the heart of the jungle, there lived a lion. All animals feared him because he was renowned as the king of the jungle. One day, while the lion was out hunting, he saw a wild ass in the distance. The lion had never seen a wild ass before and was curious about this strange animal.

As the lion approached the wild ass, he was taken aback by its appearance. The wild ass was covered in dirt and had long, unkempt hair. Its ears were tattered and it looked like it had been through a lot. The lion couldn’t believe that such a scruffy-looking animal could survive in the jungle.

The lion thought to himself, “What a poor and weak animal! I bet it would be easy to hunt and kill.”

But as the lion got closer, the wild ass surprised him. It was fast and agile, and it dodged the lion’s attempts to catch it. The lion was surprised and impressed by the wild ass’s speed and agility. The wild ass ran circles around the lion, and the lion was left dizzy and confused.

The wild ass finally stopped and turned to face the lion. The lion was ashamed that he had judged the wild ass so quickly. He realized that just because someone looks different or is not as strong as you, it doesn’t mean that they are weak or useless.

The wild ass spoke to the lion and said, “Do not judge a book by its cover, my friend. Just because I am not as big or as strong as you does not mean that I cannot hold my own. I am fast and agile, and that is my strength.”

The lion was humbled by the wild ass’s words and apologized for judging him based on his appearance. The two animals ended up becoming friends, and the lion learned a valuable lesson about not judging others.

From that day on, the lion treated all the animals in the jungle with respect and kindness, no matter what they looked like or how strong they were. He realized that everyone had their own unique strengths and qualities, and that those differences could complement each other.

The wild ass and the lion became great friends and would often be seen playing together in the jungle. They would run races, chase each other around, and even go on hunting expeditions together. The other animals in the jungle were amazed by this unlikely friendship and were inspired by the lion’s change in attitude.

In the end, the lion learned that it is important to look beyond appearances and get to know someone for who they truly are. By doing so, he was able to form a lifelong friendship with the wild ass and live a happier and more fulfilling life.

Moral of the story: Don’t judge a book by its cover. Just because someone looks different or is not as strong as you does not mean that they are weak or useless. Everyone has their own unique strengths and qualities, and those differences can complement each other.

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