Alligator Saturn who survived World War II dies, rumours it belongs to Adolf Hitler
26-05-2020 Tue 09:03
Mississippi alligator Saturn who survived World War II died at the age of 84-years-old in Moscow zoo. According to the reports, the Saturn was gifted to Berlin Zoo in 1936 and it escaped from bombing during the Second World War in 1943. Three years later, British soldiers found it and handed over to the Soviet Union. But, from 1946, Saturn becomes centre of attraction of the Moscow zoo and most of the visitors visited the zoo to see the Saturn.
It is rumoured that the alligator is the collection of Hitler which was not proved. Now, the officials are going to stuff it and put an exhibit at the popular museum named after Charles Darwin. Click the video for more information.
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