Killer Crocodiles – Migration Diaries Day 4


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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft Animals: We recap the highlights from Day 4 in the Mara Triangle, Kenya. We saw a mass of wildebeest and zebras …

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  1. So many people don't seem to get it; croc's have to eat as well. The idea seems to be the predators will cull the herds, eliminating the sick, the weak, the crippled and the stupid animals from the gene pool while allowing the smartest and strongest escape which will help to strengthen the herd. Croc's can't shop at the supermarket they wait for the supermarket to come to them; fresh meat still on the hoof.

  2. The more, and more a croc' eats. the more massive it will get. hmm, just you imagine for a sec' how many leather products one massive croc' can produce? Hell, I don't mind sporting me a pair of gators, a belt, a pair of pants, and a matching set of gloves. The list goes on. and what about all of that tasty meat?….so, to all of the hungry croc's, please keep on eating, and to all of the relentless poacher, keep on beating……clothing, and furniture stores all around the world, are in need of leather goods!

  3. my guess is that singular wildabeest on the shore was keeping that pack of crocs occupied somewhere up or downstream so the herd could cross at a different point without all those buggers to get at them ;).. just as it was noticed, the previous crossing was croc free… my guess is the herd sends out scouts to find a pack of crocs and keep them distracted so the herd pass in safer area.. what looks like a lone confused animal separated from its herd is likely acting as a decoy …nature is smarter than you can tell

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