Inspired by shark cage-diving, the Crocodile Cage of Death is the newest attraction at a crocodile park in Darwin, Australia. The cage is made of five-inch thick perspex, allowing tourist to experience a very close encounter with these mighty killers.
Pieces of meat are tied to the bottom of the cage to ensure the diver gets their money worth. The crocs have been known to calmly rub against the cage, or go into full attack mode. Swimmers spend 20 minutes in the cage. The largest croc to share the water with is an 18ft, 800kg beast!
Saltwater crocodiles, the largest reptile in the world, and can be found in northern Australia and New Guinea, Indonesia and Borneo. They have been known to kill and eat horses, water buffalo, and even sharks as well as the occasional human. I’ll keep my diving in the cage, thank you very much.
Via: Daily Mail