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Okapi (Papo)

Item# PAPO-50077
$7.99
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Captivating white stripes adorning its legs and rump. Nice twisted neck is a good pose - as if the Okapi is looking for food or its child in the wild.

The Papo Okapi #50077 measures: 3.5 T x 4.2 L.

Papo Okapi #50077 Review:

The first thing that draws your attention to the figurine is the striking white stripes on the legs and rump. Each stripe is well placed, adding to the figurine's overall appeal. The body sculpt of the figurine is equally impressive, with a realistic and detailed muscle definition that enhances the figurine's lifelike appearance.

The face of the Papo Okapi is another aspect that stands out. The gray tones used for the facial features are expertly applied, creating a realistic and convincing depiction of the animal. The alert ears and nubby horns are also well-crafted, adding to the overall lifelike feel of the figure.

Okapi Information:

The okapi, also known as the forest giraffe or zebra giraffe, is a unique and fascinating mammal that is native to the dense rainforests of Central Africa. The okapi is closely related to the giraffe. It is a relatively large animal, standing around 1.5 to 2 meters tall at the shoulder, and weighing up to 350 kilograms.

The okapi has a striking appearance, with a reddish-brown coat that is marked with bold white stripes on its legs and rump. Its long neck is similar to that of a giraffe, although it is not as long, and its head is shorter and more rounded. The okapi's tongue is particularly long and flexible, allowing it to reach leaves and other vegetation that are out of reach of other animals.

Despite their large size, okapis are elusive and shy creatures, and are rarely seen in the wild. They are primarily active at dawn and dusk, and spend much of their time alone or in small family groups. Okapis are herbivores, feeding on leaves, fruits, and other vegetation. They have also been known to consume charcoal and clay, which may help to neutralize toxins in their diet.

Part of the Wild Life Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 50077

by Papo

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3+ Years




Papo Okapi #50077

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