mardi 31 mai 2016

Photo @tbfrost | filming saltwater crocodiles in Australia is no easy task. They spend 80% of their lives in the water and most of the big crocodiles here were alive during open hunting between 1945 and 1972 , so they aren't too excited to stick around wh


Photo @tbfrost | filming saltwater crocodiles in Australia is no easy task. They spend 80% of their lives in the water and most of the big crocodiles here were alive during open hunting between 1945 and 1972 , so they aren't too excited to stick around when humans are nearby. Luckily, we've managed to film and photograph a few large crocs, like this one (which is around 5 meters or 16 feet), by heading out on the river early in the morning when the crocs are sunning themselves on the mud in the first rays of light to get warm after a cold evening. Here with filmmaker @melissalesh on a grant project from @natgeo Hotels-live.com via www.instagram.com/p/BGDtIIRCoP7/ by www.facebook.com/125048940862168/photos/a.111241038212601... via http://flic.kr/p/HDmY49 #link https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7029/27333428646_4efb41ce8a_b.jpg

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