Papo released the scorpion in 2016. This scorpion figurine is quite large in scale with other Papo animals. It features well detailed markings to look realistic and has been hand-painted. Fun facts: The scorpion is a venomous animal that uses its claws and its dart to hunt its prey. After focusing on its prey, it quickly grasps it with its claws and keeps it firmly tight thanks to its powerful muscles. If the prey is of large size the scorpion then brings its tail forward and inoculates its venom. It usually lives in deserts, savannas or forests, sometimes even our homes, it inspires humans with fear, fascination or repulsion. Do you know that some scorpions can feed on other scorpions? The big scorpions feed on the little ones. Approx. 8 x 5.5 x 5 cm (LWH)
This beautiful white tigress is part of Papo's new Jumbo Figurine range. It is a highly detailed figurine, realistically hand painted, and solid all the way through. Papo jumbo animals are well suited to sand or water play or simply for display.
Giganotosaurus was a powerful predator in the Late Cretaceous period. It is easy to be confused with the more famous Tyrannosaurus Rex. But experts know that the bones of the Giganotosaurus were more robust and his teeth were shorter than those of its famous relatives. He also had a small brain. Both were very dangerous animals in any case.