The Atlantic puffin is a seabird native to the North Atlantic Ocean. It breeds in clifftop colonies along the coasts of Northwestern Europe, the Artic fringes and Northeastern America. The largest colony is along the coasts of Iceland, where it is the most common bird, and holds 60% of the Atlantic puffin's total population. In Icelandic, the puffin is called Lundi and commonly nicknamed Prófastur, or The Dean in English. Size: height - 14 cm.
The Icelandic sheep is unique. It is a stock of North European sheep that no longer exist anywhere else in the world. Like the Icelandic horse, cattle, dog and hen, the sheep has been preserved in Iceland since the Vikings brought them to the island in the ninth century. Size: L: 8 x 6 x 6 cm