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Demi-Pesh

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The larger species of Desert Crocodiles worshipped by the people of the Fertile Crescent

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Demi-Pesh large dire crocodiles, which often arise from the great rivers estuaries
Like all crocodiles, they are quadrupeds with four short but thick splayed legs; long powerful tails; a scaly hide with rows of bony external scales, hard plates running the length of the spine down the tail; and mighty jaws. Their eyes and nostrils are situated on top of their heads allowing them to conceal themselves under the water.
They range in size from a juvenile at 10 ft to a full grown male at 23 ft but larger have been noted, when a high food source has been available and competition low

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