See what this young man used trash to create that has caused reactions.
By REALWRITTERS | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
Trash are meant to be recycled in order to avoid pollution of the environment. High countries like America have less pollution because of their strict rules and regulations that governs the people on trash related issues.
Few hours ago a picture was posted on facebook which we saw a man used trash which are not needed anymore to create a something which looks familiar to a crocodile. However making such a stunning creativity, many people reacted as they praised him for his works. Although many people because it was made of trash some where really confused for the fact that it was actually used to create something unimaginable.
A screenshot of the post and reactions below
See single pictures of the creativity below
Isn't this creativity?
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