Translation:Today, the spider lives between the radio and the plastic giraffe.
I used wohnen in an English to German translation exercise and was marked wrong. When I asked my native German-speaking husband about this, he told me you don't use wohnen for animals - only people - and then Duo uses it in a German to English translation exercise! I'm not complaining about Duo (it is after all free) but maybe another native speaker could comment because my husband hasn't lived in Germany for over 35 years... maybe the language has changed.
die Plastikgiraffe = a giraffe made of plastic die Giraffenplastik = a sculpture in the shape of a giraffe
with these noun clusters the word in front usually describes the word in the back. What kind of giraffe? One made of plastic. What kind of sculpture? One that is the shape of a giraffe.