There are only two human figures and they are both holding a bucket of fish and the range of animals between both the sets is limited. The animals are also for the most part in sedentary poses, yet a lot of people ended-up with a few zoo animals in their 'soldier' box, jar or biscuit-tin, so they must have sold well'ish.
The same two kids who were heading for an early death in Set I are mow baiting a polar bear, who seems to be in the same enclosure the rhinoceros was occupying on the front of Set I. Is that the Taylor and Barratt elephant-ride in the background?
Proving someone wrong on STS the other day; Penguins and polar bears seem to get on fine! But then they do occupy different hemispheres and have no reason to see each other as a danger...don't you believe it - a penguin looks like a little seal and smells like breakfast to a polar bear!
The back of the box, this is later than the one shown in Set I, and has lost it's window - once I've got more boxes up here these captions will have to change, but for now there's just the two, so you can compare between them if you're not familiar with them.
Ooh look! Six rounds of breakfast!
Look out, they think we're ready-meals!
Polar bears, and sea lions with some visiting penguins who as I mentioned above are from the Southern Oceans and coasts and only ever get to see polar bears at the zoo themselves!
Another angle on the two of each - the two lions from the Tarzan Set, the two from Set I and the two from this set, all chillin' in da' field 'n' shit in'it guy...sstoo hot!
A complete set still on the runners ('sprues') or pretending to be on the runners, I discussed the large ones coming loose when covering the similar shot in the Set I post above and while there will be a lot of duplication on some of these posts (comparing Union to Confederate and vise-versa for instance) you don't need the blurb to be duplicate as well!
Factory-painted Hong Kong copies