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Animatronic Silicone Thrashing Alligator
The Specs: A very realistic, believable, 8 feet-long puppet replica of an American Alligator for rent. It's got snapping jaws, thrashing head Up/Down and Side/Side movements, as well as thrashing Side/Side movements of its body and tail. Pneumatically operated for strong, violent movement; requires additional Compressor/Hose and Set Kit/Truck Rentals, 2-3 Puppeteers, 1 Supervisor, 2 Technicians.
See it in action at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoaiRkjo6-o
We also have a static, non-moving replica of this for rent.
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