This comes in celebration of the 200th anniversary of deciphering the Rosetta Stone and the emergence of Egyptology.
The tale of the crocodile god of the Nile, Sobek
The phenomenon is repeated annually at the dawn of December 21.
The ancient Egyptians were surrounded with crocodiles, as the environment around them was abundant with these predatory aquatic reptiles.
A recent study has been carried out on 19 mummified crocodiles from the Egyptian group at the Phoebe A Hearst Museum of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley.
Currently, the Luxor Museum is celebrating the 45th anniversary of its establishment.
The Nile crocodiles received special treatment from the ancient Egyptians, who worshiped the crocodile deity Sobek and embalmed tons of small crocodiles.
The famous Greek historian Herodotus summarized the importance of the river to the Egyptians by saying "Egypt is the gift of the Nile".