I found a tube of wild animals that had 12 different animals:
I decided to use the little figurines to make a matching set of flash cards. There are 24 cards: 12 of them are just images of the animals, and the other 12 are images of the skin or fur of the animals. The PDF below has the skin/fur first, then the animal images. They are both in the same order, if you want to print them for yourself. Most of them are obvious, but a few might be confusing. Because of that, it may be a good idea to just use 5-6 at a time, at least at first. (For example, a hippo’s skin is similar to an elephant’s skin.)
Here is the Wild Animal Flash Cards PDF.
And if you want to buy the little figures, you can buy them here (affiliate link… you don’t pay any extra by using this link!).
Finally, here are the different sounds that each animal makes, if you want to play them while you show your child each figurine:
GIRAFFE (not sure!)
ZEBRA (not sure!)