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Never Smile at a Crocodile

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by meister, Jul 12, 2011.

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    I realize this is Australia but are these people out of their goddamn minds?
     
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    I realize this is Australia but are these people out of their goddamn minds?
    +fucking1
     
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    I think it's only as crazy as lions in a circus. Both lions and croc can chomp your ass off, so I suppose it's perfectly normal if you look at it that way. Still, kinda amazing. That croc is big enough and would make a nice wallet/shoe/belt. [​IMG]
     
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    I realize this is Australia but are these people out of their goddamn minds?

    I like the way he is 80 years old and a shark took his foot off and he is still going strong. What animal could survive a full amputation in the wild?

    Tuff bastard...a true 'Strayan...[​IMG]
     
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    Amazing. Is he really a man eater, or are they assuming he would happily eat a human if once came along.
     
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    I'm waiting for the report of "Aussie killed by crocodile, man(eater?)hunt ensues." Shouldn't be long now
     
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    damn that's huge.
     
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    Is it wrong that I was trying to figure out how many accessories I could make with Brutus?
     
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    Crocodile leather :fence:.
     
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    To quote the kid in the story, "holy crap!"
     
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    While that is indeed a big saltwater crocodile, some are considerably bigger, at least one meter longer. If some reports are to be believed, they may get up to 10 meters, although these are very questionable.

    With these tour guides encouraging crocs to jump out of the water for meat like that, one would suspect it's only a matter of time before some luckless soul gets plucked out of a boat!
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2011

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