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Papo African Penguin

Papo African Penguin

The African Penguin is recognizable with its white belly studded with small spots, a real fingerprint. PAPO has recreated a short, stiff and black plumage on the back of the figurine and even the pinkish glands located above the eyes to regulate its body...

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Papo Alligator

Papo Alligator

The alligator is distinguished from the crocodile by its wider muzzle but also by its color. The latter varies according to the water in which the animal evolves: green for the waters loaded with algae, black for the waters loaded with tannic acid. At...

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Papo Alpaca

Papo Alpaca

The alpaca is a camelid which in its tural environment, the Andes Cordillera can live up to 4,500 meters above sea level. This very sociable animal can only live in a herd of at least 3 individuals: a domint male and females accompanied by their calf....

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Papo Anglo-Arab Mare

Papo Anglo-Arab Mare

The Anglo-Arabian is a breed of warm-blooded saddle horse rigited from French. This horse is primarily the result of crossing a Thoroughbred horse with an Arabian horse. The Anglo-Arab is characterized by its looks, its lightness, its skill, its courage...

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Papo Asian Elephant

Papo Asian Elephant

The Asian elephant has been since the disappearance of its ancestor the mammoth, the largest land mammal after the African elephant! What distinguishes it from its African cousin are its shorter ears, its smaller size and its trunk which has only one...

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Papo Baby Crocodile

Papo Baby Crocodile

The female crocodile, once fertilized, lays eggs, which can go up to sixty per nest. During the entire incubation period of 80 days, she will watch over her born to be without interruption and very often without feeding. Once they are ready to come out...

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Papo Bactrian Camel

Papo Bactrian Camel

A tive of the Central Asian steppes, the Bactrian camel, also known as a two-humped camel, belongs to the Camelidae family. Bigger and larger than the dromedary, the camel also has two dorsal humps and a more abundant fur. It is able to adapt to the most...

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Papo Badger

Papo Badger

The badger, not to be confused with the raccoon, that is rounder and more silky, is very recognizable by its two black bands covering its eyes to the ears, its long white muzzle as well as its gray and black coat. It is a solitary animal that only comes...

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Papo Black and White Cow

Papo Black and White Cow

The coat refers to a cow’s colour and the thickness of its hair. The "black and white" coat is the best known as it is frequently seen today, particularly with the "Holstein" breed from Holland. Each cow has its own distinctive coat with spots of varying...

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Papo Black Appaloosa Foal

Papo Black Appaloosa Foal

The appaloosa is a breed of saddle horse tive from the northwest of the United States. The great feature of these horses is that they often have a spotted coat. It generally measures from 1.42 m to 1.65 m at the withers for a weight of 400 to 450 kg....

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Papo Black Appaloosa Horse

Papo Black Appaloosa Horse

The appaloosa is a breed of saddle horse tive from the northwest of the United States. The great feature of these horses is that they often have a spotted coat. It generally measures from 1.42 m to 1.65 m at the withers for a weight of 400 to 450 kg....

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Papo Black Leopard

Papo Black Leopard

The panther, also called leopard, is a majestic feline living mainly in the African savanh and in the forests of Southeast Asia, but which can adapt as well to other environments such as the seaside and mountains. Its magnificent coat may be fawn marked...

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