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Russia "perpetuates" Hitler's crocodile ... the crocodile died at the age of 84

Russia "perpetuates" Hitler's crocodile ... the crocodile died at the age of 84

The Moscow Zoo announced its donation of "Hitler's crocodile" to the "Darwin" museum, located in the Russian capital, for its embalming and displaying it to the public.

Russia "perpetuates" Hitler's crocodile ... the crocodile died at the age of 84


It is believed that the crocodile "Saturn" or "Saturn", who died at the age of 84, was believed to belong to the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, and he escaped from the bombing hell that affected Berlin during World War II.

Russia "perpetuates" Hitler's crocodile ... the crocodile died at the age of 84


British soldiers found the crocodile and handed it over to the Russian army, where it was transferred to the capital of the Soviet Union in 1946, and was placed in the Moscow Zoo.


And according to what the British newspaper "The Sun" reported, the zoo donated the deceased crocodile to the museum, where it was embalmed and is ready for display starting next year.

Russia "perpetuates" Hitler's crocodile ... the crocodile died at the age of 84


"The work on embalming the crocodile took months. We were finally able to memorialize Hitler's crocodile, which was the legend of the Moscow Zoo," said Dmitry Miloserdov, a museum official, commenting on the crocodile's annexation.


The life of the old crocodile was a mystery to everyone, since its escape from the Berlin Garden until 1946, when it was discovered by British forces and transported to the Soviet Union.


Several theories explain the secret of his disappearance during this period that he may have been living in underground basements or in sewage water, or perhaps he was kept by one of the Nazi leaders fleeing during that period.


The crocodile witnessed during his life many important events, such as the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early nineties of the last century, and he also suffered several accidents during his stay in the Moscow Zoo, where he survived in the eighties an accident that a concrete structure fell on the water basin that almost killed his life. A visitor to the park once had a stone on his head, which required months of medical care.


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