List of products by brand Papo
For more than 25 years, Papo has been innovating and dreaming children all over the world with a rich range of more than 600 references representing 12 animal worlds and characters.
From the original model to the series, each of the Papo figurines was conceived and created in France to be manufactured with the constant concern for quality. Painted by hand, the care given to details is now unanimously recognized.
The diversity of figurines and the interaction of worlds stimulate creativity and offer a real value game. Whether heroic, magical or fantastic, stories come to life, intermingle and offer hours of play and fun.
The knight with the javelin of Papo with his shield held in one hand is dressed in a broigne, a leather tunic covered with metal, a helmet and metal leggings to protect himself from blows. Thanks to his long spear, he bravely keeps the horsemen at bay. He also carries a sword in his sheath at the waist, ready to compete with the enemy.
The horse of Papo's spear unicorn knight proudly wears the colors of the kingdom with his blue caparison that covers his head and body to protect him. The steed equipped with a saddle is the faithful companion of the knight, essential to go into battle.
The Papo wild boar is the youngest of the sow and the boar. Unlike adults, it has a coat with dark stripes, preceding the red beast stage around 6 months when it becomes more independent. He is born perfectly alert, with his eyes open and happy to be able to follow his mother on her travels from the end of their first week.
Papo's spear lion knight with his kingdom-colored spear and shield is ready to go into battle. Protected from head to toe by his heavy but robust armor composed of a helm for his head and face, a gorget to protect his neck, a coat of mail down to his ankles, he waits no longer than his horse, faithful companion to defend his kingdom.
The shrimp is an aquatic crustacean that has 5 pairs of legs without hooks but whose cilia facilitate swimming. It is elongated with a carapace and a head that supports highly developed antennae and mandibles. Omnivorous, it lives among the algae on the sandy bottom and feeds on plankton, fish, dead crabs and worms. Its lifespan can be 7 years.
The Papo Spoonbill is a bird whose characteristic is to have a long, flat, black beak in the shape of a spatula or spoon widened at its end. Its beak allows it to stir the mud and filter the water to keep only what it likes. Its body has a white plumage which contrasts with the black color of its beak and its thin long legs.
The guinea pig is a medium-sized rodent, belonging to the Caviidae family and native to Latin America.
Out of the water, the Papo beaver stands on its hind legs, which are large and wide with powerful claws but also webbing for swimming quickly. Its small front paws, also clawed, have very nimble fingers for digging. On the lookout, it leans on its paddle, a large flattened tail that serves as a fin, rudder and pendulum in the water. An excellent swimmer, he is always ready to dive.