At birth, the baby measures 1 to 2 inches and weighs less than an ounce, it remains 235 to 250 days in the pocket of his mother. He pops out his head for the first time in 5 to 6 months. He leaves the pocket definitively 3 months later. Kangaroo mom is very careful when she jumps, up to 10 feet, it tightens and contracts her muscles so that his baby remains in place. The particular shape of its legs and the thickness of its tail prevents it from walking easily. The Kangaroo is the largest marsupial in the world found in mainland Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, its size may exceed that of a man and it feeds on grass, leaves and tree shoots.
Papo is the benchmark in the world of figurines. They are made with astonishing degrees of realism. Extreme care taken with product quality and safety. In an age of mass consumption, and throwaway goods, Papo hand-paints and produces fine toys that last over time and can be passed on from generation to generation.
WARNING: Choking Hazard—small parts, not for children under 3