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Feb 22, 2008 03:34 |  #1

Went to an amusment park yesterday and shot (that is a photo;)) this big fella at feeding time. He was BIG...:eek:


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Feb 22, 2008 05:17 |  #2

Nice shot... Happy these guys don't live in my neck of the woods... ;c)


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Feb 22, 2008 07:20 |  #3

Amazing shot. Fantastic moment you've captured.

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Feb 22, 2008 07:23 |  #4

He looks like he would rather eat the meal on the other end of that stick. Yikes!


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Feb 22, 2008 08:41 |  #5

Cool shot! I'm with Stormin' though. I'm glad I don't have to worry about Crocs when I'm out and about! They're one of the few animals that scare me. I hike where there are rattlesnakes, mountain lions and bears. I'm aware that they could be around, but I'm not scared. But I wouldn't go anywhere near water if there were Crocs there. Yikes!

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Feb 22, 2008 09:58 |  #6

think I'm safe in the UK from these ;-)a, nice action shot!


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Feb 22, 2008 13:31 |  #7

Awesome capture, and like the others I am glad there are none of these fellas in my area.


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