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Deadly Australians – Crocodile…

November 22, 2007

Australian Salt water Crocodile
Photo: Common Brown – Pseudonaja textilis – Unknown origin

‘Crocs’… ‘Salties’, could also be called Optimistic opportunists

There was a story once relating to a Croc which had attacked a ‘tinny’ biting the motor clean off and leaving sizable holes where it’s fangs had penetrated the gunnels. The story goes that for awhile the locals felt safe because they could hear it coming… that is until the motor ran out of petrol.

Most of us have seen ‘Crocodile Dundee’, so I’ll offer this advice, these things grow to over 7 m (23 ft) long, despite their size they are very good at hiding and are very very fast… if you swim or even camp in a tent near where they are you are really stupid.

Website: Wikipedia
Website: Australian fauna

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