Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull
Crocodile Skull

Crocodile Skull

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Crocodiles, originated in the Cretaceous period, distributed in tropical to subtropical rivers, lakes, coasts, extant 24 species.

Crocodilians range in length from 1.5 m to 7 m; Some prehistoric species, such as the Late Cretaceous Crocodilus, grew up to about 10 meters long and weighed up to 3.5 tones.

Crocodiles are the TOP predators on the food chain. The common way that crocodiles hunt prey is the death flip, that is, they bite the prey tightly with their powerful jaws, and then rotate their bodies with all their strength to tear the meat from the prey.

In Egypt, the crocodile symbolized the pharaoh's power, fertility and war strength, and also served as the guardian of evil magic, protecting people from the disasters of the Nile River.

The eye of Horus adorns the bone veins. The Eye of Horus, also known as the Eye of Knowledge, is a symbol that has been handed down since ancient Egyptian times. It is the eye of the eagle god Horus, representing the eye of omnipotence and omniscience. The right eye of Horus symbolizes the intact sun, which has the power to keep away from pain and defeat evil. The left eye of Horus symbolizes the moon with defects, which can distinguish good from evil and safeguard health and happiness.

Material - Brass

Dimensions - 43 X 20 X 13 mm / 1.69 X 0.79 X 0.51 inches

Weight - 19 g / 0.67 Oz

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