24. Nile Crocodiles
Crocodiles were an ever present threat to the ancient Egyptians living along the river Nile. This set contains one crocodile on land and another which is waterline (no bases included). The crocodiles were sculpted by Andy Pieper.
The Nile crocodile was one of the most feared predators in Ancient Egypt and is often associated with the god Sobek. The set contains a crocodile out of water - his head poised upward and alert. There is also a waterline crocodile moving silently through the water. These figures were sculpted by Andy Pieper and painted by Paul Sanderson.