Artist Keigo Depicts A Day Of Crocodile In 25 Honest Illustrations With A Pinch Of Humor

If you think crocodiles are dangerous, silent predators with sharp teeth and the ability to capture much bigger prey, this article may show you a "less creepy" image of them. Japanese artist Keigo is well-known for unexpected illustrations with a pinch of humor. His inspirations come from a variety of everyday life situations, and today, the artist gets an idea from such a mysterious animal species, the crocodiles.
Regardless of how scary and aggressive they look, Keigo wants to understand these animals from a new aspect. He puts himself in the crocodile's life and depicts their daily struggles through an honest, funny illustration series. More importantly, the artist tries to figure out problems that a crocodile deals with from a human perspective, which makes his drawings easier to understand.
Scroll down to enjoy twenty-five pictures in the gallery below. If you need more, please follow Keigo on Instagram or Twitter.

#1 Climbing the ladder

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#2 Playing the violin

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#3 Having a health check-up

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#4 Opening the door

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#5 Going to a theme park

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#6 Playing sports

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#7 Taking photos

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#8 Wearing a mask

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#9 Will you marry me?

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#10 Taking pictures

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#11 Going out for a date

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#12 Cooking

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#13 What a fun game!

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#14 Taking off the clothes

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#15 Giving a speech!

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#16 Wearing headphones

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#17 "How can I smoke?"

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#18 Doing the karate

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#19 Skipping

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#20 Going to see the doctor

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#21 Shopping

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#22 Lovely!

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#23 "No, no, no... you are not suppose to fight like this."

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#24 Going out for a walk on a snowy day

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#25 Brushing the teeth

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