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Crocosaurus Cove Crocodile Park (Darwin, Australia)

Australia! The land where basically any moving thing can kill you.

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Big ass snake eating a big ass croc in Australia!

From funnel web spiders to giant snakes to blue-ring octopi to giant venomous centipedes to mole crickets to the benevolent ghost of Steve Irwin, Australia is a wild land.

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The Cage of Death

None are wilder however than the massive 19-foot long Saltwater Crocodiles…….except the people who pay money to be lowered into the Cage of Death with these brutes!

 

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19-foot long 1,000lb Saltwater Croc

In Darwin, Australia at Crocosaurus Cove Crocodile Park, you and your friend or sweetie can pay to be submerged for 15-minutes inside a 9ft tall acrylic box into a giant aquarium containing huge saltwater crocs! Come face to face with your worst nightmare!

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Look at the size o’ that lad, mate!

The Cage of Deat holds 1-2 people per cage and operates 11 times per day from 9am-5pm.

COST: $165.00 single or $125.00 per person at 2-person max, so $250.00 for the both of youse.

Crocosaurs Cove is also famous for housing Burt, the star croc of Crocodile Dundee.

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Steve Irwin and Bindi Irwin with croc friends

Yes, Saltwater Crocs are 200mil year old descendants of the dinosaurs. They have ‘transparent eyelids‘ allowing them to see underwater and also have Guanine Crystals behind their retinas, which crisply intensifies their vision in low to no lighting.

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Australian Python eating Flying Fox

Saltwater Crocs often kill via ‘The Death Roll‘ where they grab their prey and roll with it, crushing it until it dies.

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Huge python in Australia dragging a wallaby up the cliffside!

Crocosaurus Cove Cage of Death homepage

Pricing for Cage of Death experience

Interesting article on giant ancient 9ft tall walking crocodiles!

 

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