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This meticulously crafted model beautifully captures the essence of these enchanting marine creatures. Vibrant orange, white and black colors.

The Papo Clownfish #56023 measures: 2.4" L x 1.4" T.

Papo Clownfish #56023 Review:

The first thing that caught my eye was the vibrant orange, white, and black colors adorning the clownfish. The hues are rich and true to life, making the figure truly eye-catching. The carefully painted stripes and patterns that accurately mimic the clownfish's natural appearance.

One of the standout features of this model is the slight twist in the body, which implies the fish is gracefully swimming through the ocean. This dynamic pose adds a sense of movement and realism to the piece, making it truly come to life. It is as if the clownfish is caught mid-swim, ready to dart through coral reefs and explore the underwater world.

The bulgy yellow and black eyes are another noteworthy aspect of this Papo Clownfish. They add a touch of personality to the figurine, further enhancing its appeal.

Clownfish Information:

Clownfish, those charming and vibrant marine creatures, have captured the hearts of many with their striking colors and endearing behaviors. Also known as anemonefish, they belong to the family Pomacentridae and are predominantly found in the warm waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

One of the most remarkable features of clownfish is their unique symbiotic relationship with sea anemones. These small, brightly colored fish form a mutually beneficial bond with certain species of anemones, seeking protection within their tentacles while providing food and nutrients in return. This remarkable partnership allows the clownfish to navigate safely through the treacherous ocean and makes them immune to the anemone's stinging cells.

Clownfish come in a variety of colors, including vibrant shades of orange, yellow, and black, adorned with distinctive patterns and markings. These vibrant colors serve multiple purposes, including species recognition, camouflage within their anemone homes, and signaling aggression or submission to other clownfish.

Another fascinating aspect of clownfish behavior is their ability to change their sex. In a group of clownfish, the dominant individual is usually a female, while the second-ranking fish is a male. When the dominant female dies, the male undergoes a sex change and takes her place. This unique adaptation ensures the survival and continuity of the group.

Part of the Sea Life Series by Papo.

Hand Painted. Made of durable synthetic material.

Product Code: Papo 56023

by Papo

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Papo Sea Animals - Clownfish #56023

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

3 + Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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