Papo 2019 New Releases

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Papo 2019 Releases Preview... coming to Animal Kingdoms in 2019. We are excited to announce these beautiful new figures from Papo. The Papo 2019 new release figures are exciting new additions.
Papo Lioness Stalking 50251 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Lioness Stalking 50251

Lions go on the hunt for food mostly from dusk till dawn. It is the lionesses of the pride that do 85-90% of the prides hunting, whilst the male lions patrol the territory and protect the pride.

The females usually hunt in a group (3 to 8 females) for there is a higher chance of the kill being successful.

Dimensions: 14.5 x 2.5 x 5 cm 

Papo Lioness Stalking

Papo Hyena 50252 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Hyena 50252

Hyenas are not members of the dog or cat families. Instead, they are so unique that they have a family all their own, Hyaenidae.

Hyenas are primarily nocturnal animals, but sometimes venture from their lairs in the early-morning. Hyenas are unique and vital components of most African ecosystems.

Papo Alligator 50254 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo Alligator 50254

The Alligator have between 74 and 80 teeth in their jaws at any given time, and as teeth wear down or fall out they are replaced. An alligator can go through over 2,000 teeth in its lifetime.

Alligators are apex predators that also eat fruit. Alligators are carnivorous opportunists, eating fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. What they eat is largely determined by their size. However, they were recently reported to also eat fruit such as wild grapes, elderberries, and citrus fruits directly from trees.

Papo Zebra 50249 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Zebra 50249

Zebras have very different temperaments to horses. They’re far more aggressive and a lot more dangerous. They will viciously bite any human that comes too close, and there are even many accounts of zebras killing lions.

A dazzle of zebras is the most common collective noun for a group of zebra, named for the motion dazzle effect created by a group of running zebras.

Dimensions : 12 cm 4 cm 11 cm

Papo Common kingfisher 50246 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

 

Papo Common kingfisher 50246

The Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis), is one of Britains most brightly coloured and interesting birds.
Kingfishers are found by still or slow flowing water such as lakes, canals and rivers in lowland areas. In winter, some individuals move to estuaries and the coast. 

Male kingfishers and female kingfishers are are almost identical except for an orange colouration with a black tip on the lower part of the females beak/mandibles. Young kingfishers are similar to the adults in appearance, however, they have duller and greener upperparts, paler underparts, black beak and initially, black legs.

Dimensions :1.9 cm 2.8 cm 4.2 cm 

Papo Common kingfisher 50246 Papo 2019 New release king fisher Papo bird

Papo Dove 50248 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Dove 50248

Doves and pigeons make up the Columbidae family within the Columbiformes order. There are 310 different species of doves. Doves and pigeons are the most common type of bird in the world.

With the exception of the Sahara Desert and Antarctica, doves can be found everywhere in the world and are excellent navigators. They use the Earth’s magnetic field and the position of the Sun to find their way.

Dimensions : 7 cm 6 cm 6 cm

Papo Dove 50248 Papo 2019 New Release Papo bird

Papo Lop Rabbit 51173 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Lop Rabbit 51173 

Lop-eared rabbits are easily recognizable due to their large, floppy ears. The American Rabbit Breeders Association currently accepts five varieties, and new lop-eared rabbit breeds are constantly being bred. Lop-eared rabbits are very popular with house rabbit owners, but sometimes their characteristic ears also need a little extra attention. 

Dimensions: 5.5 x 2 x 4 cm 

Papo Lop Rabbit 51173

Papo Hedgehog 50245 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Hedgehog 50245

The hedgehog got its name because of its peculiar foraging habits. They root through hedges and other undergrowth in search of their favourite food – small creatures such as insects, worms, centipedes, snails, mice, frogs, and snakes. As it moves through the hedges it emits pig-like grunts — thus, the name hedgehog.

4.5 cm 2.6 cm 2.6 cm

Papo Hedgehog 50245 Papo 2019

Papo Alpaca 50250 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Alpaca 50250

Alpacas were domesticated by the Incas more than 6,000 years ago and raised for their exquisite fleece. Along with their charming, quirky good looks, these creatures are responsible for bearing some of the silkiest, most versatile fiber found in nature, for which they are shorn annually.

Alpaca is a specialty fiber that has been described as stronger than mohair, finer than cashmere, smoother than silk, softer than cotton, warmer than goose down and better-breathing than thermal knits.

Papo Merino sheep 51174 Papo 2019 Papo new releases 2019

Papo Merino sheep 51174

Merino sheep have a 300-degree field of vision making it possible for them to see without turning their heads. They also have superb hearing.

These sheep have fabulous herding instincts. They are wonderful foragers which makes them easily adaptable. They also adapt well to many different climates and habitats which makes them very versatile to breed in nearly all areas of the world.

Papo Salers Cow 51042

Papo Salers Cow 51042 

Originally produced in 2014 and being re released in 2019 

Salers is a French breed, pronounced officially as ‘sa-lair’. They became popular in France over hundreds of years, with some cave paintings even showing similar ancestors from nearly 10,000 years ago!

Their coat is thick and curly, especially in winter, and can vary from black to a deep red. The mucous membranes and skin are black, which is an advantage in protecting against sun-damage around udders and other sensitive areas.

Product Dimensions: 13 x 3.4 x 9 cm

Papo Horse Box with accessories 60117 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Horse Box with accessories 60117

It is vital to be able to provide care to our horses in all weather, the stall makes the perfect safe and confined space to provide this care, especially at the end of a long day eventing or riding. 

Papo Horned lizard 50247 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Horned lizard 50247

The short-horned lizard is often referred to as a “horned toad” because its squat, flattened shape and short, blunt snout give it a toad-ish look. There are over a dozen recognized horned-lizard species found in the deserts and semi-arid environments of North and Central America, from southern Canada to Guatemala.

They have an interesting defence, when confronted, short-horned lizards shoot streams of blood from the corner of their eyes.

Papo Praying mantis 50244 Papo New Release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Praying mantis 50244

From extreme camouflage to cannibalism, these pious-looking carnivores are as exquisite as they are fearsome.

Mantises have been found to jump with extreme precision, contorting their body midair to land on a precarious and specific target. They can see in 3-D and their eyes each have a fovea – a concentrated area that allows them to focus and track with amazing accuracy. 

 10 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm

 Papo Praying mantis 50244

Papo Pariah 50253 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Pariah 50253 

Most people think that piranhas have insatiable appetite, but they are actually omnivores animals (eat animals and plants). They usually eat snails, fish, aquatic animals and plants, seed and fruit. They will feast on mammals and birds when they fall into the water, which doesn't happen that often.
Their sharp and pointed teeth are arranged in a single row and they can bite through hook made of silver.

Although movies often represent piranhas as ferocious man-eaters that can eat human body in just a few seconds. Although they live and feed in large groups, piranhas need much more time to consume large prey.

Papo Leopard Seal 56042 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Leopard Seal 56042

The leopard seal also referred to as the sea leopard, is the second largest species of seal in the Antarctic. Leopard seals can live up to 26 years in the wild and be up to 3.5m in length.

It moves with surprising agility and speed, often along the edges of ice floes, patrolling for penguins and other pray.

Papo Leopard Seal 56042 Papo 2019

Papo Manatee 56043 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Manatee 56043

Manatees evolved from the same land animals as elephants over 50 million years ago and the fossil record shows a much more diverse group of sirenians than we have today, with dugongs and manatees living together throughout their range.

Manatees are typically found in shallow coastal areas and rivers where they feed on sea grass, mangrove leaves, and algae. These herbivores munch on food for almost half the day, eating ten percent of their body weight in plant mass every day. With weights of up to 1,200 pounds

Papo Manatee 56043 Papo 2019

Papo Bull Shark 56044 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Bull Shark 56044

Proportionately, the bull shark has the strongest bite of any shark whose jaw strength has been measured.

bull sharks can actually regulate the amount of salt that goes into their pee, which means they can live in both environments. When they swim in the ocean, their urine is highly saline. And as they venture into fresh water, the kidneys work hard to retain salt.

Papo Killer Whale Calf 56040 Papo 2019 Papo new releases 2019

Papo Killer Whale Calf 56040

A female killer whale will give birth every three to 10 years, to one offspring at a time. At birth a killer whale calf is usually around 2.6m in length.

Calves nurse for 5 to 10 seconds at a time, several times an hour. This goes on day and night until the calf has mature enough. It is weaned at a year old. Orcas can live from 50 to 100 years.

Dimensions : 12.3 5.2 4 cm

Papo Orca Killer Whale Calf 56040

Papo Sperm Whale Calf 56045 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo Sperm Whale Calf 56045

Sperm whales are often spotted in groups (called pods) of some 15 to 20 animals. Pods include females and their young, while males may roam solo or move from group to group. Females and calves remain in tropical or subtropical waters all year long, and apparently practice communal childcare. 

They have the largest brain of any creature known to have lived on Earth. Their heads also hold large quantities of a substance called spermaceti. Scientists still do not understand the function of spermaceti. One common theory is that the fluid—which hardens to wax when cold—helps the whale alter its buoyancy so it can dive deep and rise again.

Papo Blue Whale Calf 56041 Papo New Release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Blue Whale Calf 56041

 Calves enter the world already ranking among the planet's largest creatures. After about a year inside its mother's womb, a baby blue whale emerges weighing up to 3 tons and stretching to 25 feet. It gorges on nothing but mother's milk and gains about 200 pounds every day for its first year.

Blue whales are among Earth's longest-lived animals, with a life span that can exceed 100 years.

Papo Blue Whale Calf 56041 Papo 2019

Papo Gorgosaurus 55074 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Gorgosaurus 55074

Gorgosaurus was a saurischian, theropod dinosaur. It was a member of the Tyrannosauridae family – the same family as Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Gorgosaurus lived in North America around 76 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous period.

Gorgosaurus spent up to half of its live in a juvenile phase, before undergoing a period of rapid growth to reach its adult size. This would have allowed juvenile Gorgosaurus’s to prey on different species than adults, thereby reducing competition.

Papo Pentaceratops 55076 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo Pentaceratops 55076

Pentaceratops currently holds the record for the largest skull of any land animal to have ever lived on Earth. Most of this massive skull makes up the long neck frill.

Pentaceratops was a very large horned dinosaur that spent most of its life in search of food to satisfy its need for constant nourishment.

Pentaceratops had three true horns and two false horns. These false horns were really just bumps that were used to anchor its jaw muscles.

Papo Stegosaurus 55079 Papo new releases 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Stegosaurus 55079

The Stegosaurus is the most famous dinosaur from a group of dinosaurs known as Stegosauria. Famous for its plates along its back, these are due to raised skin and are not attached to the skeleton.

Despite the stegosaurus being in 8-9m long and over 3000kg, its brain was only the size of a walnut.

Dimensions : 22 4 12 cm

Papo Stegosaurus 55079

Papo Allosaurus Dinosaur 55078 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo Allosaurus Dinosaur 55078

The Allosaurus lived around 150 million years ago in the late Jurassic Period. Like the Tyrannosaurs rex, the Allosaurus had short arms and was a fierce carnovore.
Most Allosaurus fossils have been found in the Morrison Formation, a distinctive band of sedimentary rock found in the western United States.

Dimensions : 24.5 x 6 x 10.5 cm

Papo Allosaurus Dinosaur 55078 Papo 2019

Papo T-rex running brown 55075 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo T-rex running brown 55075

The T. Rex roamed the planet during the late Cretaceous Period 65 million years ago, in what’s now the USA and Canada. The Tyrannosaurus had a life span of around 30 years, growing up to 12m long and 6m tall!

More than 20 almost-complete t rex skeletons have been found. The most perfect, nicknamed Sue, was unearthed in South Dakota, USA, 20 years ago.

 16 32 13.3 cm 

Papo T-rex running brown 55075 Papo 2019

Papo Spinosaurus 2019 New Release Schleich 2019

Papo Spinosaurus 

The Spinosaurus was larger than the Tyrannosaurus Rex and may have been the largest carnivorous dinosaur ever. Studies estimate that it was around 15 metres in length and weighed anywhere between 7 to 20 tons. The Spinosaurus featured distinctive spines which grew over 1.5 metres.

Papo King Arthur horse 39951 Papo new release 2019 papo 2019

Papo King Arthur horse 39951

Welsh chronicles mention two names of horses owned by King Arthur. They are in the Tale of Culhwch ac Olwen, which is one of the stories that make up the Mabinogion. They attribute to Arthur a mare called Llamrei (or Llamrai) and another horse called Hengroen.

There are several stones throughout the isle of Britain that claim to bear the hoofprint of Arthur's horse. Though unlikely to be true, they do show the breadth of the Arthurian legends.

 15 6 9 cm

Papo King Arthur 39950 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo King Arthur 39950

Arthur, sometimes known as ‘the king that was and the king that shall be’, is recognised all over the world as one of the most famous characters of myth and legend.

 11.6 9.1 12.6 cm

Papo Hippogriff 36022 Papo 2019 Papo New Release 2019

Papo Hippogriff 36022

Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 10 cm

Papo Hippogriff 36022 Papo 2019

Papo Pegasus 39162 New Release 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Pegasus 39162 

 

Papo Ork 36023 Papo New Releases 2019 Papo 2019

Papo Ork 36023 

Dimensions: 11.6 x 9.1 x 12.6 cm

Papo Beauty 39159 Papo 2019 Papo new release 2019

Papo Beauty 39159

Like so many fairy tales, “Beauty and the Beast” has evolved considerably during its journey from its verbal story tradition to the page to the screen. Moreover, there is not only one literary version ― but dozens. Today, Disney-fied fairy tales are most familiar to the masses in their animated forms; the originals, when revisited, can seem comparatively brutal and dark.

Papo the beast 39152 Papo 2019 Papo new releases 2019

Papo the beast 39152

Like so many fairy tales, “Beauty and the Beast” has evolved considerably during its journey from its verbal story tradition to the page to the screen. Moreover, there is not only one literary version ― but dozens. Today, Disney-fied fairy tales are most familiar to the masses in their animated forms; the originals, when revisited, can seem comparatively brutal and dark.

Papo Snowman 39158 

Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.7 x 6.6 cm 

Papo The Clown 39161 Papo new release 2019 Papo 2019
Papo The Clown 39161

 

We will be updating this blog whenever new information is released :) 

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