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Nice!!

 

Is the actual crocodile mini (bottom pic) able to be put together with the mouth opened or closed?

Or does it only work with the mouth open?

 

Thanks.

 

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16 minutes ago, Brother Jim said:

Nice!!

 

Is the actual crocodile mini (bottom pic) able to be put together with the mouth opened or closed?

Or does it only work with the mouth open?

 

Thanks.

 

 

It's mouth is fixed in the open position. 

 

Nice work. Glad I got this one out of the Kickstarter, I'll have need for a nice gator mini for Saltmarsh.

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