High quality 3D-model of the African tigerfish (Hydrocynus vittatus) native to great lakes and rivers in Africa.
Hydrocynus vittatus is considered Africa's equivalent of the South American piranha, though it belongs to a completely different zoological family. Like the piranha, individual tigerfish have interlocking, razor-sharp teeth, along with streamlined, muscular bodies, and are extremely aggressive and capable predators who often hunt in groups.
The African tigerfish is the first freshwater fish recorded and confirmed to attack and catch birds in flight.
100% polygonal model.
The model is made of three parts: the body, eyes and teeth. Total number of polygons 7164; vertices 7301.
The texture map (2048x2048 pixels; .tif format) includes normal and displacement maps.
No plugins or third-party software is required. Renders where made in Cinema 4D.