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African Penguin (Papo)

Item# PAPO-56017
$4.99
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
The Papo African Penguin figurine features a cute pose, lifelike details, and authentic colors. Even though it can't fly, its wings are extended as if it could.

The Papo African Penguin #56017 measures: 2.1 T x 1.8 W.

Papo African Penguin #56017 Review:

The Papo African Penguin figurine showcases the penguin's unique markings and striking coloration. The dark-feathered back transitions seamlessly into a white belly adorned with random speckles, adding a touch of realism to the figure. The outstretched wings, depicted in an endearing pose, bring a sense of liveliness to the model.

The head of the cute figure is well painted. The well-defined stripes and light pink coloring around the eyes create a captivating contrast against the dark feathers. This subtle touch enhances the overall charm and authenticity of the figure.

African Penguin Information:

African penguins, also known as the Black-footed penguins, are a charming and iconic species native to the coastal areas of southern Africa. These small penguins, standing about 24 inches tall, are famous for their unique appearance and engaging behaviors.

Distinctive black and white feathers cover their body, providing excellent camouflage in the water and protection from predators. Each penguin has unique markings on its chest, similar to a fingerprint, which helps researchers identify and track individuals.

African penguins are well adapted to their marine lifestyle. They have streamlined bodies, flipper-like wings, and webbed feet, making them agile swimmers. They spend much of their time in the water, foraging for fish, squid, and crustaceans.

These penguins exhibit fascinating social behavior. They form large breeding colonies, where they build nests out of guano (bird droppings) and other materials. Males and females take turns incubating the eggs, sharing parenting responsibilities.

Unfortunately, African penguins face significant threats, including habitat destruction, overfishing, and pollution. Their population has drastically declined, leading them to be classified as an endangered species. Conservation efforts and protected areas have been established to safeguard their habitat and promote breeding success.

Part of the Sea Life Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 56017

by Papo

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 3 + Years




Papo African Penguin #56017

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