Social media was abuzz when a tweep @wezakaq shared a picture of three men posing next to a massive crocodile on Thursday, 18 May.
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THREE MEN POSE NEXT TO A REPTILE
The picture of the captured reptile went viral and received more than 1 million views on Twitter.
In the picture, the three men are standing next to the seemingly dead reptile.
“Imagine the noise this picture could have made if the black man was at the bottom,” said @wezakaQ
According to @AGiannas:
“The Australian crocodile (Crocodylus porosus), also known as the saltwater crocodile, is the largest living reptile. It can grow up to 7 meters long and weigh up to 1,000 kilograms. The saltwater crocodile is found in coastal areas of Australia, Southeast Asia, and India. It is an apex predator and feeds on a variety of animals, including fish, mammals, and birds.”
“The saltwater crocodile is a dangerous animal and is responsible for many human deaths each year. However, it is also an important part of the ecosystem and plays a role in controlling populations of other animals. The saltwater crocodile is a fascinating creature and is a popular tourist attraction in Australia. However, it is important to remember that it is a wild animal and should be treated with respect. “
“Here are some additional details about the Australian crocodile: The saltwater crocodile is the largest living reptile. It can grow up to 7 meters long and weigh up to 1,000 kilograms. The saltwater crocodile is found in coastal areas of Australia, Southeast Asia, and India. It is an apex predator and feeds on a variety of animals, including fish, mammals, and birds.”
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TWEEPS REACT TO CROCODILE PICTURE
@PiroftheKar: “It’s still sparking noise, what if our brother falls and breaks his neck.”
@MamboKumkani: “Obviously they put him on top so that he falls and at the mouth in case it comes to life.”
@cor_tez11: “Yea if it’s not really dead, he is gonna be eaten first.”
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