Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Monday, January 09, 2012

The museum boasts a display of forty mummified crocodiles, ranging from two to five metres long, along a crocodile foetus and eggs. Also on show is a collection of wooden and granite crocodile statues and replicas of crocodile holes in rocks.

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Anonymous said...

Will probably be ok for a 'snappy' visit!

Kate Phizackerley said...

That amused me.

Mal said...

was fortunate to have a sneaky look inside there 2 years ago when visiting kom ombo, our guide had a word with the guys working there and for a few pounds they let us in.

Thutmose said...

I look forward to seeing it when I'm there in March!


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