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The Nile Crocodile was my second part of modeling and creating scenery for the most dangerous animals on Earth after the shark I just made a few days ago. I added piranhas and all the habitat of the swamps and the ancient culture of the Egyptians like the papyrus, sarcophagus, statue of Sobek (deity half man and half crocodile) and oddly enough I put a prehistoric fish on the scene as many will think and see which were the chemical barrels that caused the piranha’s appearance to mutate, in which it is easier to use social criticism instead of being an animal that has already become extinct and this is Dunkleosteus terrelli was a prehistoric placodermo fish that lived in Devonic, more than 360 million years ago.