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Old 8th August 2011, 05:35 PM
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Congrats friend .
The elephants and the lions are awesome, the yak and camel are some decent replicas too. The jaguar is also a good figure (I have the spotted version myself), but it looks a little "leopardish" to me.
Mandrill is much better than any other mandrill figures I've seen till now, but it's painting quite disappointing to me. What about it's size, is it really huge?
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Old 8th August 2011, 08:53 PM
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Congrats friend .
The elephants and the lions are awesome, the yak and camel are some decent replicas too. The jaguar is also a good figure (I have the spotted version myself), but it looks a little "leopardish" to me.
Mandrill is much better than any other mandrill figures I've seen till now, but it's painting quite disappointing to me. What about it's size, is it really huge?
Thank you Garfield !!!
As far the papo mandrill is concerned , it is way smaller in scale I expected a bigger scaled Mandrill from Papo

The best mandrill in my collection till date , is the one released by AAA . Brilliant mandrills Really well detailed and bigger ones . I have pics. for you here I am sure u would admire them .
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Old 9th August 2011, 07:27 PM
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I have to say that the Hump back whale has articulated and movable jaw . The baleens are well depicted with high details of it's upper palate and large tongue . A M A Z I N G
It's hardly a suprise, as many other Papo figures have an articulated jaw: the Crocodile, The Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Velociraptor.
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It's hardly a suprise, as many other Papo figures have an articulated jaw: the Crocodile, The Tyrannosaurus Rex, the Velociraptor.
Yeah Valerie , u r right . But I don't think , the nile croc has moveable jaws.

The orca model has no articulation at all . That's why , I was surprised to see the hump back's articulations .
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Old 11th August 2011, 08:19 PM
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Yeah Valerie , u r right . But I don't think , the nile croc has moveable jaws.

The orca model has no articulation at all . That's why , I was surprised to see the hump back's articulations .
You obviously don't own the Papo catalog; on the picture, they clearly show the humpback's articulated jaw.
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