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Old 26th December 2011, 09:25 PM
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Old 26th December 2011, 11:39 PM
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Any chance of one of those being available in English? Or even translated?
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Old 27th December 2011, 11:15 AM
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Any chance of one of those being available in English? Or even translated?
I'm not sure Sean. I haven't found one yet and I don't think the Google translator works for a PDF file.
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Thanks Harriet. I see a lot of models just repainted including the doe, croc and young white lion. The oryx is a welcome sight but yours still is heads above it. Not a collector of these but the reindeer and bighorn look great. What is the horse with black thin stipes on it????
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Thanks Harriet. I see a lot of models just repainted including the doe, croc and young white lion. The oryx is a welcome sight but yours still is heads above it. Not a collector of these but the reindeer and bighorn look great. What is the horse with black thin stipes on it????
I wonder how big the Papo Gemsbok is.
I think the horse is a zebroid http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebroid
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I wonder how big the Papo Gemsbok is.
I think the horse is a zebroid http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zebroid
I wonder too how big it is--typically Papo can run a little bigger...and that is what I thought that was--a zebra and a horse. Ihope the gemsbok is in line with the Schleich savanah animals...
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THE CHIMERA LOOKS AWESOME!!!! The best Chimera figure I had never seen. A lot better than the Safari ltd Chimera, which looks too much like three different toys broken apart and glued together unporposely.
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Any chance of one of those being available in English? Or even translated?
I could help with that, if you want. Which figurine names are your interested in?
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I really like the gemsbok and the zebroid. I like the wild sheep too, but I think it is a mouflon and not a bighorn. It has the coloration of a mouflon. The reindeer is nice too!
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THE CHIMERA LOOKS AWESOME!!!! The best Chimera figure I had never seen. A lot better than the Safari ltd Chimera, which looks too much like three different toys broken apart and glued together unporposely.
Isn't a chimaera (the Classical Greek myth one) supposed to have more than one head though?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chimera_(mythology)

http://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/.../chimaera.html

Trust Papo to get most of something right, and mess up on something basic

As for translating--what is that...thing...on the same page as the Chimaera supposed to be?

And why are they advertising their lesser dragon-headed warrior and oriental dragon as new, when those have been available for years? Or is it a Russian market thing? Or are those repaints (not that Papo would ever do something like that...).
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