Papo - Shrimp
The Papo Shrimp #56053 measures: 3” L x 2.2” W x 1.5” T.
Papo Shrimp #56053 Review:The Papo shrimp has BIG appeal for so small a crustacean! With a soft grey carapace, and joints highlighted by peach the shell is finished off with a fine sheen. My favorite thing about this figure is its long antennae, buggy eyes and spikes near its head.
This exquisite shrimp figurine stands out from the crowd as one of the very few, if not the only, shrimp figures available on the market.
Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the Papo Shrimp showcases the distinct shape of these fascinating creatures. With multiple legs and intricately curled antennas, this figure captures the essence of a shrimp in all its glory. The lifelike representation of the shrimp's physical features adds a touch of realism to the toy.
The Papo Shrimp boasts a delightful variety of vibrant stripes, bringing the toy to life with its vivid colors. Each stripe is carefully painted to accurately reflect the patterns found on real shrimp, enhancing the authenticity of the figure.
Shrimp Information:Shrimp are a fascinating and delicious seafood option that captivate the taste buds and offer a unique culinary experience. These small crustaceans, belonging to the family of decapod crustaceans, have a distinctive elongated body and a delicate, flavorful meat.
Found in various coastal and offshore waters around the world, these small crustaceans contribute to the delicate balance of marine life.
In their natural habitat, live shrimp exhibit a remarkable ability to adapt to their surroundings. They navigate through the ocean currents using their agile swimming skills, seeking shelter among rocks, coral reefs, or seagrass beds. These hiding places offer protection from predators and provide a safe environment for the shrimp to thrive.
Live shrimp in the ocean serve as a vital food source for many other marine organisms. They form part of the intricate food web, with larger fish, seabirds, and even marine mammals relying on shrimp as a key component of their diet. Their abundance and availability make them a critical link in transferring energy from lower trophic levels to higher ones.
Furthermore, shrimp in the ocean contribute to nutrient recycling. As they feed on organic matter and detritus, they help break down decaying materials and release valuable nutrients back into the water. This process supports the overall health of the marine ecosystem by promoting nutrient cycling and productivity.
Beyond their ecological importance, live shrimp also hold economic significance. They are commercially harvested in many regions worldwide, providing livelihoods for fishermen and contributing to the seafood industry.
Part of the Sea Life Series by Papo.
Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.
Product Code: Papo 56053