Nigerian man creates 'moving' crocodile out of plastic wastes, photos cause reactions

Nigerian man creates 'moving' crocodile out of plastic wastes, photos cause reactions

- A Nigerian man has stunned many on social media as he converted plastic waste materials into a moving crocodile sculpture of sort

- He said he did it to show that what is usually considered waste are actually resources when put to good use

- Many thought it looked real, others commended his initiative and talents

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A Nigerian man has shown that waste materials can amount to something tangible and amazing when it is touched by a creative and resourceful mind.

Taking to Twitter, @aozforum shared photos of his artwork of a 'moving' crocodile he created from plastic waste. He posted three frames that highlighted how he made the amazing piece from start to finish.

@aozforum captioned it:

"Waste is not waste rather a resources!"
Nigerian man creates a 'moving' crocodile out of plastic waste, photos cause stir, many thought it looked real
Man turns waste to crocodile artwork to pass the message that waste are resources Photo Credit: @aozforum
Source: Twitter

His message was passed and massive reactions follow such a rare form of talent exhibition. The tweet which had got over 9k likes left social media users awestruck.

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Many opined that the artwork was so good that it could be mistaken for an actual live crocodile, others went as far as recommending that it'd be a good piece for children's parks.

Legit.ng has compiled some reactions to the tweet:

@skipkid20 wrote:

"Thought it was real in the first frame and I was like how crazy is this guy?"

@gregory_kess said:

"I been wor tell you say you get mind as you take stand there before I read your caption cor look the photos well...
"You're good !"

@KStressacchi reacted:

"We can have a theme park where some of these recycled items are artistically sculptured and displayed."

@goduche opined:

"The first frame got me thinking it was real
"So I quickly slide through thinking something happened."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man transformed dirty bottles into beautiful items.

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@Makatjane3 took to Twitter to share how he goes through dumpsites and trash to find old bottles he uses to turn into decorative pieces for people's homes. He also shared pictures of his beautiful work with his impressed followers.

The post quickly gained traction as thousands of locals were left impressed by the man's hard work and determination. Many of them took to the comment section to share their compliments and thoughts.

Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2

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