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Place of birth: Giza, Egypt

Ammit is a goddess in ancient Egyptian religion with the forequarters of a lion, the hindquarters of a hippopotamus, and the head of a crocodile, the three largest man-eating animals known to ancient Egyptians.

She would devour the heart of the dead if he was deemed impure, and the person suffering this fate was not allowed to continue his voyage towards immortality.

Come by to wave her hello, and if she doesn't rip your spine out to beat you with it, that's a good sign!

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