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Papo - Crab
The Papo Crab #56047 measures: 3” W x 3” L x .8” T.
Papo Crab #56047 Review:The first thing that caught my eye were the intricate legs and claws of the crab. Each leg is expertly sculpted, capturing the intricate joints and textures with precision. The claws are particularly impressive, with a realistic appearance that conveys a sense of power and readiness. They are open and poised to pinch – so watch your fingers!
The body of the crab is beautifully designed and mimics the natural anatomy of these creatures. The solid shell features subtle humps and bumps, giving it a lifelike texture. The attention to detail extends to the underside of the crab as well, where intricate patterns and segments are skillfully incorporated.
New from Papo in 2020.
Crab Information:Oceanic crabs belong to different families and species, each with its own distinctive characteristics. They come in a wide range of sizes, from small species measuring just a few centimeters to larger ones with leg spans of over a meter. Their bodies are covered in a hard exoskeleton that protects them from the harsh oceanic conditions.
One of the most remarkable features of ocean-dwelling crabs is their ability to breathe underwater. They possess specialized gills that allow them to extract oxygen from the water, enabling them to survive in their aquatic habitat. Some crabs have even evolved modified gills that can extract oxygen from both water and air, allowing them to venture onto land for short periods.
Crabs exhibit a diverse array of behaviors and feeding habits. Some are scavengers, feeding on decaying organic matter that sinks to the ocean floor. Others are predators, using their powerful claws to capture prey such as fish, mollusks, or other crustaceans. Some species of crabs are filter feeders, straining tiny organisms and particles from the water for sustenance.
Crabs also display remarkable reproductive strategies. Many species have complex courtship rituals, where males attract females through displays, postures, or chemical signals. Female crabs often lay large numbers of eggs, which they carry beneath their abdomen until they hatch, ensuring the survival of the next generation.
Part of the Sea Life Series by Papo.
Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.
Product Code: Papo 56047