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Jumping Crocodiles Of Darwin

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • November 17th, 2015

The city of 


, named after Charles Darwin, is one of the Northernmost cities in Australia. The

city of Darwin

is famous for its jumping crocodiles that live in the Adelaide river. 

Local crocodiles have learned to live in salt water and often go to the sea, so swimming on the beaches of 

Darwin Australia

is not recommended. Box jellyfish also inhabit the water, making swimming dangerous.

The streets of Darwin:

The local crocodile zoo in Darwin. Here you can sit inside a glass box underwater and watch the crocodiles swim:

Visitors can also watch the crocodiles being fed:

The zoo also allows visitors to hold and touch the smaller crocodiles for a fee.

Besides crocodiles there are also local lizards and reptiles:

The tour begins with a machine demonstrating the strength of the crocodile's bite using a piece of ice:

Zoo keepers feed the crocodiles by putting meat on a pole:

The audience watches from behind the glass:

Visitors even have the chance to feed the crocodiles themselves:

Crocodiles can jump very high:
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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