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 Persian Wild Ass is a subspecies of Asiatic wild ass native to the desert of Iran. They have a pale, sandy-red coat with a light brown dorsal stripe. Their tails are short with a small tuft of hair at the end. The flanks, back, and underside are white in color. During the winter, the coat grows longer and becomes grayer.


Persian Wild Asses are known to inhabit mountain steppes, semidesert, or desert plains. They are usually found in desert steppes. Their largest population is found in Khar Turan National Park.


Persian Wild Asses are herbivores (folivores, graminivores). They feed on grass, bushes, herbs, and foliage and receive the required amounts of water from their food.


Persian Wild Asses are social creatures and live in herds. Older males may stay solitary. Females live in herds consisting of other females and young. A male usually guards its main territory, and groups of females migrate between these guarded territories or stay in one guarded territory. Immature males sometimes form all-male groups before they attain reproductive maturity. Persian Wild Asses are diurnal and prefer to feed during the cooler parts of the day. In order to communicate with each other, these animals use sounds, scents and tactile and visual forms of communication.

Persian Wild Asses are polygynous and a dominant male mates with more than one female in the herd. The breeding season takes place in mid-June. During this time, Persian Wild Asses exhibit two interesting breeding behaviors. In one, females move between guarded territories that are held by the dominant males. In second behavior, one dominant male has a harem of females; he guards these females and breeds with them. The gestation period lasts around 365-368 days after which a single foal is born. Females usually leave the herd to give birth in a safe place. A newborn foal can run shortly after birth and the mother and her young quickly return to the herd. The mother nurses her offspring for two years and at which time the foal becomes independent. Females become reproductively mature when they are 2 years old. Males reach reproductive maturity one year later.

The Wild Ass and the Lion

A WILD ASS and a Lion entered into an alliance so that they might capture the beasts of the forest with greater ease. The Lion agreed to assist the Wild Ass with his strength, while the Wild Ass gave the Lion the benefit of his greater speed. When they had taken as many beasts as their necessities required, the Lion undertook to distribute the prey, and for this purpose divided it into three shares. “I will take the first share,” he said, “because I am King: and the second share, as a partner with you in the chase: and the third share (believe me) will be a source of great evil to you, unless you willingly resign it to me, and set off as fast as you can.”

Moral: Might makes right.

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