Papo New Releases 2020

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Papo 2020 Papo New Releases 2020

Papo 2020 Releases Preview... coming to Animal Kingdoms in 2020. We are excited to announce these beautiful new figures from Papo... so many more to be announced, check back for more soon! 

The Papo 2020 have started with new additions to their prehistoric range, including completely new sculpts, as well as colour varients of previous sculpts.

 

Papo Gigantosaurus 55083

Papo Gigantosaurus 55083 

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Giganotosaurus was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs. It roamed modern-day Argentina during the late Cretaceous Period, about 99.6 to 97 million years ago.

For a long time, Tyrannosaurus Rex the "king of the dinosaurs" was thought to be the largest carnivorous dinosaur. Today, Giganotosaurus is believed to have been slightly larger than T. rex, though even Giganotosaurus ranks behind Spinosaurus in size among the meat-eating dinosaurs.

Giganotosaurus should not be confused with Gigantosaurus, a lesser-known sauropod discovered in England.

 

Papo Stygimoloch Papo new release 2020

Papo Stygimoloch 55084 

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Stygimoloch was a small herbivore that was approximately 10 feet long, 3 feet high and weighed around 170 pounds. It was bipedal—meaning that it walked on two legs—and had bony spikes on its skull, some of which were 4 inches long. It is believed that these horns were used by males as they competed for females.

An interesting fact about Stygimoloch is that some paleontologists now believe that what is called Stygimoloch was actually a juvenile version of a Pachycephalosaurus. At this point, it is just a theory and it hasn’t yet been confirmed whether or not this is the case.

This dinosaur probably lived off a diet of horsetails, gingkos, cycads, seed ferns and club mosses. It probably didn’t require a lot of food to keep these dinosaur alive. Probably only about 10-20 pounds of vegetation were needed a day for this dinosaur’s survival.

Papo Chilesaurus 55082

Papo Chilesaurus 55082

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This dinosaur was approximately 10 feet long and was approximately 2.8 feet at its shoulder. This would have made Chilesaurus about the size of a wolf, although it is about 4 feet longer than a wolf and at a weight of 300 pounds would have been 3 times heavier than a wolf.

An interesting fact about Chilesaurus is that paleontologist have described this dinosaur as a vegetarian T- Rex. That’s because it is from the same family as T- Rex dinosaurs, but was definitely an herbivore. It was a truly unique dinosaur that must have begun to evolve along its own lines thanks to its relative isolation from other therapods.

Papo  Parasaurolophus Papo new release 2020

Papo Parasaurolophus colour variant 55085 

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Parasaurolophus is a dinosaur that lived about 76 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous Period. The name Parasaurolophus, is a name which means “crested lizard”.

This dinosaur is estimated to have been about 40 feet long, 8 feet tall at the hips and weigh about 2 tons. The bony crest on top of its head is believed to have grown as long as 6 feet long. Some scientists believe that air could be pushed through this crest and that enabled this dinosaur to make low frequency sounds. This means that it could use it like a wood wind instrument. In fact, the canals that exist inside of it look very muchy like a European Crumhorn.

It is also believed that this dinosaur not only traveled on all four legs but could also run on two legs when necessary. Parasaurolophus is believed to have been a land based herbivore. This means that its diet probably consisted of ginkos, pine needles and leaves.

Papo feathered Velociraptor Papo new release 2020

Papo Feathered Velociraptor  colour variant 55086

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Although it featured some nasty looking claws, the Velociraptor was actually a lot smaller than it was portrayed in the movie Jurassic Park, more the size of a turkey than a human.

A fully grown Velociraptor could grow up to 2m (6.6ft) in length, 0.5m (1.6ft) in height at the hip and weigh up to 15kg (33lb).

Papo Spinosaurus Limted Edition 55077

Papo Spinosaurus Limted Edition 55077 

Measurements: 40.30 cm 10.50 cm 16.50 cm 

This limited edition Papo Spinosaurus is only being released with minimum numbers. While announced as a new addition in 2019, due to production delays it has only been release Dec 2019, meaning for many areas of the world it is avaliable beginning of 2020. Because of this, it has still been added to this list.

Papo Mini Land of the Dinosaurs

Papo Mini Land of the Dinosaurs 33104 

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The Papo Mini range is a complete miniature universe to take with you everywhere to live incredible stories wherever you are.

Papo Megaloceros Papo 2020 new release

Papo Megaloceros 55080 

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Megaloceros, also known as the Irish Elk, was a genus of deer which lived approximately 2 million to 10,000 years ago.

This animal was approximately 8 feet long and weighed around 1,500 pounds. Which is about the length of a modern elk but nearly double the weight of one. Another feature that made it quite different from looking like a modern elk is its antlers. Its antlers were about 12 feet long and weighed around 100 pounds. As impressive as that sounds, their antlers weren’t used for combat, however. They were almost certainly used by the male deer to attract females.

Megaloceros went extinct right at the cusp of the last Ice Age. And scientists aren’t exactly sure why. Some paleontologists have speculated that overpopulation and inbreeding led to a population of Megaloceros’s that were unable to adapt when the climate changed. Other paleontologists believe that mankind hunted them into extinction. Most likely, it was a combination of these two facts which led to the inevitable demise of these majestic looking animals.

Papo Mini Savannah 33106

Papo Mini Savannah 33106   

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The Papo Mini range is a complete miniature universe to take with you everywhere to live incredible stories wherever you are. 

Papo Squirrel 50255 Papo 2020

Papo Squirrel 50255  

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There are around 280 different species of squirrel, most squirrels are small and have big eyes and bushy tails.
Their large eyes help them skillfully climb trees and avoid predators and allow for each access to the food squirrels eat most - nuts, fruits and seeds.

Papo Jackal 50259  Papo 2020

Papo Jackal 50259

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The jackal is a member of a canine family, which also includes the wolf and dog.
Jackals are native to Southeastern Europe, Asia, and Africa and have a lifespan of between 8 and 10 years in the wild and up to 16 years in captivity.

With their long legs and curved canine teeth, they are well adapted for hunting, and their large feet and fused leg bones give them a physique well-suited for long-distance running, capable of maintaining speeds of 16 km/h (9.9 mph) for extended periods of time.

They are mostly nocturnal animals that usually conceal themselves by day in brush or thickets and sally forth at dusk to hunt.

Papo Standing Tiger Cub 50269  Papo Standing Tiger Cub 50269  

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Tiger cubs leave their mother when they are around 2 years of age. A group of tigers is known as an 'ambush' or 'streak'. Tigers are good swimmers and can swim up to 6 kilometers. Rare white tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10000 tigers. Papo Mole 50265

Papo Mole 50265    

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Moles have curved front paws and claws that dig like shovels, they build long tunnels and underground homes.
Moles can dig up to 18 feet in one hour and have a good sense of smell. They don’t however see very well. In fact, their eyes are hard to find because they’re very small and covered in fur.

Moles don’t hibernate. They work all year round to catch food. These little animals paralyze worms and insects with poison in their saliva. Then they store the insects in an underground room to eat later.

Papo Anaconda 50258

Papo Anaconda 50258    

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Anacondas give birth to live young and is the heaviest known snake, but not the longest.

Anacondas can Remain Submerged for Up to Ten Minutes at a Time.


Papo Pheasant 50263

Papo Pheasant 50263   

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There are about 50 species of pheasant, their native range is restricted to Asia, however several species have been naturalized elsewhere.

The best-known is the common pheasant, which is widespread throughout the world, it is one of the world’s most hunted birds.

Pheasant habitat would include a combination of grasslands, idle fields, wetlands, croplands, haylands, and shrublands.

The lifespan of pheasant is about 3 years in the wild and up to 18 years in captivity.

 

 Papo Cormorant 56049    

Papo Cormorant 56049  

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The cormorants are a large water birds that live in coastal areas or near lakes and rivers and are usually black, brown or grayish. Cormorants, like most waterfowl, eat fish and shellfish. They are expert swimmers and can dive up to 100 feet deep to catch fish. They can stay underwater for more than one minute!  Papo Hermann's tortoise 50264

Papo Hermann's tortoise 50264   

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Hermann's tortoise has a distinct yellow-orange dome-shaped shell, with bold black marks. The brightly colored shell of these tortoises may fade with age. Their tails have a nail or large scale towards the end.

These animals are very popular with pet lovers and are the most common tortoise species kept as a pet, a reason being that they are fascinating and very fun loving. They can mix easily with humans and it is easy to learn about their habits.
Papo Crab 56047

Papo Crab 56047   

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There are more than 4,500 species of crabs, most species live in coastal areas of salty, fresh or brackish water.
Crabs are super old! They showed up during the Jurassic period, 200 million years ago, and are omnivores, eating both meats and plants.
Pregnancy in female crabs only last one or two weeks. Then they lay between 1,000 and 2,000 eggs! The average lifespan of a crab is 3 to 4 years. Papo Young Whale Shark 56046

Papo Young Whale Shark 56046   

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The biggest fish in the sea is a slow-moving, filter-feeding docile giant. The largest confirmed whale shark (Rhincodon typus) was 41.5 feet long and weighed about 21.5 tons.

Whale sharks are filter feeders and sieve plankton through their gills for much of their nourishment. They also sieve squid, krill, and small fish. Whale sharks have about 3,000 tiny teeth (less than 1-inch long), but they don't use their teeth to eat.

Whale sharks have a lifespan that’s estimated to be 70 to 100 years.

Papo Swordfish 56048

Papo Swordfish 56048    

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The biggest fish in the sea is a slow-moving, filter-feeding docile giant. The largest confirmed whale shark (Rhincodon typus) was 41.5 feet long and weighed about 21.5 tons.

Whale sharks are filter feeders and sieve plankton through their gills for much of their nourishment. They also sieve squid, krill, and small fish. Whale sharks have about 3,000 tiny teeth (less than 1-inch long), but they don't use their teeth to eat.

Whale sharks have a lifespan that’s estimated to be 70 to 100 years. Papo Great Pyrenees Dog 54044

Papo Great Pyrenees Dog 54044    

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The Great Pyrenees is a big dog with an equally big heart. Pyrs have been serving as guardians for their flocks for thousands of years. The Great Pyrenees was bred to guard the flocks at night while the shepherds were sleeping and predators roamed about. Because of this, he is naturally nocturnal.

In 1870, Pyrenean blood was used with that of other large breeds to help bring back the St. Bernard after that noble dog’s numbers had been so greatly depleted by avalanches and distemper at the hospice in Switzerland. They were used to haul artillery in WWII. Papo Marino Sheep 51175 Papo Marino Sheep 51175    

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Merinos are worth their weight in gold and produce vast revenue in a wide arena of industries from wool to breeding and food production.

The first thing noticed about the Merino is their wool. The vast amount of wool comes from these gorgeous creatures. They are not overly large. Ewes typically weigh in at 54.4kg. They can each produce fleece 6.4-8.2 kg or wool annually. Rams are the heaviest and can weigh anywhere from 72.6-81.6 kg.

They produce an average of 11.3 kg or wool a piece on an annual basis. These are hardy sheep. Their carcasses are smaller than sheep bred for meat. This makes them more popular in the woollen industry than for meat processing. Papo Marino Lamb 51176

Papo Marino Lamb 51176     

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Merinos are worth their weight in gold and produce vast revenue in a wide arena of industries from wool to breeding and food production.

The first thing noticed about the Merino is their wool. The vast amount of wool comes from these gorgeous creatures. They are not overly large. Ewes typically weigh in at 54.4kg. They can each produce fleece 6.4-8.2 kg or wool annually. Rams are the heaviest and can weigh anywhere from 72.6-81.6 kg.

They produce an average of 11.3 kg or wool a piece on an annual basis. These are hardy sheep. Their carcasses are smaller than sheep bred for meat. This makes them more popular in the woollen industry than for meat processing. Papo Shepherd 51180     Papo Shepherd 51180     

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The shepherd spends his days caring for and tending the sheep, he ensure they are healthy and protected. They are often accompanied by a working dog.  Papo Provence donkey foal 51177

Papo Provence donkey foal 51177      

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The Provence donkey is rustic, solid, and strong-boned.
The most typical coat colour is dove grey (with pinkish reflections). But, depending on the animal, the grey can vary from very pale to very dark, with always, on the back, a clearly drawn cross

This is a solid donkey that is not afraid of carrying heavy loads. Its temperament (calm and patient), its sure-footedness, and its conformation make it an excellent trekking partner, even in rough terrain. Papo Provence donkey  51179   Papo Provence donkey  51179      

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The Provence donkey is rustic, solid, and strong-boned.
The most typical coat colour is dove grey (with pinkish reflections). But, depending on the animal, the grey can vary from very pale to very dark, with always, on the back, a clearly drawn cross

This is a solid donkey that is not afraid of carrying heavy loads. Its temperament (calm and patient), its sure-footedness, and its conformation make it an excellent trekking partner, even in rough terrain.  Papo Highland Cattle 51178

Papo Highland Cattle 51178      

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Most of the Highland cows that are seen roaming the natural landscapes in Scotland are ginger or brown. However, originally Highland cattle were mostly black. It was, in fact, the Victorians who liked the ginger cows, so they selectively bred them to the point that ginger became the standard Highland cow colour.

They are the oldest cattle breed in the world.
The first mention of the Highland cow was in the 6th century. However, the Highland Cattle Society was formed in 1884, and the first herd wasn’t officially recorded until a year after that.

The average Highland cow weighs around 500 kg, compared to a standard cow which weighs around 700 kg. This means the Highland cows tread lightly, without destroying the ground for other wildlife species and plants. They are perfect for conservation grazing because they use their tongues to pull the grass so the vegetation is not left too short, and their dung fertilises the ground. Finally, they become pollinators when wildflower seeds that stick to their long fur are dropped off in other places.  Papo Farmer with wheelbarrow Papo 2020 Papo Farmer with Wheelbarrow 51181      

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The farmer keeps his farm moving, using his wheelbarrow he transports feed to his animals, cleans up the barn and removes dung. These hard working farmers are up at the crack of dawn and last to bed at night. 

Papo Mini Farm 33108

Papo Mini Farm 33108      

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The Papo Mini range is a complete miniature universe to take with you everywhere to live incredible stories wherever you are.
Papo Snail 50262

Papo Snail 50262       

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Common garden snails have a top speed of 45 m (50 yards) per hour. Making the snail one of the slowest creatures on Earth.

As they move along snails leave behind a trail of mucus which acts as a lubricant to reduce surface friction. This also allows the snail to move along upside down.

Depending on the species snails can live 5 - 25 years.  Papo Dragonfly 50261 Papo Dragonfly 50261       

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Dragonflies were some of the first winged insects to evolve, some 300 million years ago. Modern dragonflies have wingspans of only two to five inches, but fossil dragonflies have been found with wingspans of up to two feet.

Some scientists theorize that high oxygen levels during the Paleozoic era allowed dragonflies to grow to monster size. There are more than 5,000 known species of dragonflies.

Papo Bee 50256

Papo Bee 50256       

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Bees are the only insect in the world that make food that people can eat. Honey contains all of the substances needed to sustain life, including enzymes, water, minerals and vitamins. One bee will only make 1/12 of a teaspoon on honey in its entire life.

 

 

Papo Ladybird 50257 Papo 2020Papo Ladybird 50257  

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There are about 5,000 different species of ladybirds in the world. These much loved critters are also known as lady beetles or ladybugs, and in many cultures they’re considered good luck.

They come in many different colours and patterns, but the most familiar in the UK is the seven-spot ladybird, which has a shiny, red-and-black body. Most people like ladybirds because they are pretty, graceful and harmless to humans. But farmers love them because they eat aphids and other plant-eating pests.
Papo butterfly 50260 Papo butterfly 50260       

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Butterfly wings are transparent!  We know butterflies as perhaps the most colorful, vibrant insects around! Well, a butterfly's wings are covered by thousands of tiny scales, and these scales reflect light in different colors.

Butterflies have taste receptors on their feet to help them find their host plants and locate food. They can see not just some of the colors that we can see, but also a range of ultraviolet colors that are invisible to the human eye.


Papo Grasshopper 50268   Papo Grasshopper 50268        

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Grasshoppers can jump about 25cm high and around 1 meter long. If humans could jump as far as grasshoppers do, relative to size, then we could leap more than the length of a football field.

The grasshopper can jump as far as it does because its hind legs act like miniature catapults. It bends its legs at the knee, mechanism within the knee works like a spring, storing up energy. When the grasshopper is ready to jump, it relaxes the leg muscles, allowing the spring to release flinging it into the air.
Papo Irish Cob 51558

Papo Irish Cob 51558      

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The Irish Cob is known also as the Gypsy, Gypsy Cob, or Gypsy Vanner. Though many of us picture the black and white pinto when we think of these horses, they actually come in a rainbow of colors. Unlike many breeds, the Irish Cob allows for pretty much any color except albino.

The breed was developed by the Romani people in the United Kingdom and Ireland to pull their Vardoes – a beautifully designed wagon that they lived and worked in.

Papo Jumping horse with rider

Papo Jumping Horse with Rider 51562      

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The breeds that are the most sought for this sport are Selle Français, Anglo-Arabe, Oldenburg, Warmblood (including Holsteiner and Hanoverian), Thoroughbred and Trakehner. Show jumping is an equestrian event that uses English riding. The rider and his horse must complete an obstacle course.

To win the first place, the rider and his horse must complete the course as quickly as possible without making any mistakes. A fault or mistake occurs when the horse knocks down a fence or obstacle or if it disobeys; such as refusing to jump or makes a run-out.
Papo Wild West Horse and Rider 51566

Papo Wild West Horse and Rider 51566      

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Western riding is considered a style of horse riding which has evolved from the ranching, as well as both equipment and riding style which evolved to meet the working needs of the cowboy in the American West.

At the time, American cowboys had to work long hours in the saddle and often over rough terrain, sometimes having to rope a cattle using a lariat also known as a lasso. Because of the necessity to control the horse with one hand and use a lariat with the other, western horses were trained to neck rein, that is, to change direction with light pressure of a rein against the horse's neck.

Horses were also trained to exercise a certain degree of independence in using their natural instincts to follow the movements of a cow, thus a riding style developed that emphasized a deep, secure seat, and training methods encouraged a horse to be responsive on very light rein contact.

Western Riding is the name of a specific event within western competition where a horse performs a pattern that combines trail and reining elements.
Papo Competition horse with riding girl 51563

Papo Competition horse with riding girl 51563       

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What constitutes a competition horse is often debated, but the general consensus is any horse that takes part in competitions for prizes can be considered a competition horse. These activities can include dressage, racing, showjumping, Trail riding, Polo, Rodeo events and endurance riding. 

Papo Walking horse with riding girl 51564

Papo Walking horse with riding girl 51564        

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A leisure horse is a horse that is used for equestrian leisure, principally hacking and trekking by individual riders. These leisure activities can be done ridden, driven, or with pack horses.

Papo Big Horse 50232

Papo Big Horse 50232        

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A leisure horse is a horse that is used for equestrian leisure, principally hacking and trekking by individual riders. These leisure activities can be done ridden, driven, or with pack horses.

Papo Groom 51557

Papo Groom 51557         

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Horse grooms are generally responsible for tasks such as mucking out stalls, feed preparation and distribution, cleaning and refilling water containers, grooming and bathing, cleaning tack, bandaging legs, tacking up, and administering basic first aid for cuts and scrapes.

 

Papo Kraken

Papo Kraken 39476          

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The Kraken comes from Norwegian folklore and was originally more crab-like.

Accounts disagree on exactly how big the Kraken really is, but one thing is certain: It’s huge. Descriptions go from vague (the length of 10 ships) to more specific (a mile and a half long).

There is no solid evidence of mile-long monsters swimming in our oceans, but we do have giant squids. These deep-sea dwellers can weigh anywhere from 300 to 600 pounds. But, as these immense creatures are not likely to surface, it’s more likely that ancient sailors confused something else in the water for Krakens: Bubbles, dangerous currents, and the appearance of new land are all signs of underwater volcanic activity, something common in Iceland.

The Kraken has a big pop culture presence.

Papo Swimming Mermaid 39163

Papo Swimming Mermaid 39163           

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Some of the earliest legends of mermaids come from ancient Syria. The ancient story dates back to about 1000 B.C., a little over 3,000 years ago!

Mermaids weren't always thought of as the beautiful creatures that we envision today. Many times, sailors would mistake manatees for mermaids, resulting in descriptions that labeled the aquatic creatures as ugly and fat.

The existence of mermaids was never questioned during medieval times. There were hundreds of accounts of mermaid sightings and they were depicted without question in historical accounts of aquatic animals, claiming their place alongside whales and other known sea creatures

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Papo Blue King Arthur horse 39952

Papo Blue King Arthur horse 39952          

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With the medieval world' figurines live epic battles, defend your kingdom against the enemy or face knights in a duel.

Papo Blue King Arthur 39953

Papo Blue King Arthur 39953      

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With the medieval world' figurines live epic battles, defend your kingdom against the enemy or face knights in a duel.

Papo Griffin knight 39956

Papo Griffin knight 39956          

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With the medieval world' figurines live epic battles, defend your kingdom against the enemy or face knights in a duel.

Papo Knight with iron mask 36031

Papo Knight with iron mask 36031         

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Horse grooms are generally responsible for tasks such as mucking out stalls, feed preparation and distribution, cleaning and refilling water containers, grooming and bathing, cleaning.

 Papo Mini Knights Castle 33107

Papo Mini Knights Castle 33107        

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The Papo Mini range is a complete miniature universe to take with you everywhere to live incredible stories wherever you are.

 

 Papo King with gold sceptre 39113

Papo King with gold sceptre 39113          

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With the enchanted world's figurines, discover a universe of magic where  princesses move on pegasus' back and where fairies play with the elves of the forest.

 

Papo Princess with dog 39164

Papo Princess with dog 39164          

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With the enchanted world's figurines, discover a universe of magic where  princesses move on pegasus' back and where fairies play with the elves of the forest.

 

Papo Fantasy horse 36028

Papo Fantasy horse 36028          

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With fantastic world figures you will ride dragons, fight alongside orks and centaurs and battle against the mighty minotaur.

Papo Minotaur 38931

Papo Minotaur 38931          

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With fantastic world figures you will ride dragons, fight alongside orks and centaurs and battle against the mighty minotaur.

Papo Snowman 39165

Papo Snowman 39165          

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With the popularity of Frozen and Olfa, the humble snowman has been given a revive in popularity past the Christmas winter snowfall. 

Papo Blackbeard the Priate 39477

Papo Blackbeard the Priate 39477           

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With the pirates figurines embark with the rest of the crew on the Blackbeard, flagship of the piracy, famous ship of Captain Barbarossa red. Sail on the seas in search of lost treasures.

Papo Royal Guard 39807

Papo Royal Guard 39807  

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With the figurines of the historical range relive the key moments of history like the coronation of Napoleon or the reign of Louis XIV. Papo Mini Princess Castle 33105

Papo Mini Princess Castle 33105   

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  • Papo pheasant is awesome!

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  • Fantastic figures!
    By the way, when will the dimensions be revealed?

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