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 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.
The Papo wolf is a wild, carnivorous animal that flees humans unlike its cousin the dog. In Europe, it is a protected species that lives in mountains, meadows and forests. Like the gray wolf, it is a fearsome hunter that runs very fast. To feed, it attacks animals that are weaker than it. It lives in packs and the dominant pair gives birth to cubs.
The Tinker de Papo mare is a powerful and robust horse of Irish origin recognizable by her piebald coat, her magnificent mane, her tail and her thick, white baleen. Intelligent, calm and gentle, he is appreciated as a work and draft horse but also as an affectionate accomplice. Once you have won his heart, he will remain loyal to you for life.
Papo's leopard shark has a spotted dress like that of the leopard. It usually lives glued to the sandy bottoms of coral reefs in the Indian and Pacific oceans. An active swimmer, it feeds mainly on molluscs and crustaceans. This large, rather peaceful and not very shy fish is not aggressive to humans.
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.
After a management of about 4 months, the lioness can give birth to up to 4 cubs which, during the first days of their life, will be blind and therefore entirely dependent on their mother. Until the age of 4 weeks they will be kept away from the group and will feed only on their mother's milk. After that they will mingle with the rest of the group.
The stag beetle is the largest beetle in Europe! The males are easily recognized by their spectacular antler-shaped mandibles, which are the origin of the term "kite". After spending nearly a year underground as a larva, its life expectancy is only about 2 months.
The okapi Papo is an intriguing herbivore that hides in the mountains and forests of Congo. Discreet and solitary, it is first related to a zebra because of its stripes on its legs. In fact, it is one of the last ancestors of the giraffe with its hind legs shorter than the front ones, its thin muzzle and large small ears with developed hearing. Its species is threatened due to deforestation.
The robin is a passerine species. It looks like a small plump bird with relatively short wings reaching painfully to the middle of its tail