Jumping crocs

Don’t mess with this baby…

As we left Kakadu and head toward Darwin the excitement hasn’t finished yet. Along the Adelaide River you can take a cruise to see crocodiles in a different mood. This is definitely not a cultural cruise. This is all about the raw savagery and speed of the crocodile. Twenty years ago we saw these crocs and still remembered the power and height they can jump. The tour operator knows each croc by name and they certainly put on a show for us.

Remember the photos of the fishermen in that small boat when we went on the cultural cruise? would you go out fishing if you knew these creatures where lurking around beneath your boat?

Jumping crocs

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6 thoughts on “Jumping crocs

  1. YIKES!!! Great photos!


    • Thanks Cindy. I see you are taking a cyber trip around my world. Isn’t WordPress a great way to keep your memories in one place?


  2. Those fisherman must know something we don’t!! Scary


  3. :0 never smile at a crocodile….


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