Crocodiles Are Not 'Living Fossils' loading...
Crocodiles Are Not 'Living Fossils'
This article was published in 2015 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Brian Switek.
Great Galloping Crocodiles! loading...
Great Galloping Crocodiles!
This article was published in 2015 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Brian Switek.
Crocodiles Signal Hatching Time By Calling From Inside Their Eggs loading...
Crocodiles Signal Hatching Time By Calling From Inside Their Eggs
This article was published in 2008 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Ed Yong.
'Horned' Crocodile May Have Preyed Upon Prehistoric Humans loading...
'Horned' Crocodile May Have Preyed Upon Prehistoric Humans
This article was published in 2010 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Brian Switek.
Deconstructing A Crocodile loading...
Deconstructing A Crocodile
This article was published in 2015 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Brian Switek.
Crocodile Faces Are More Sensitive Than Human Fingertips loading...
Crocodile Faces Are More Sensitive Than Human Fingertips
This article was published in 2012 on National Geographic's blog Phenomena by Ed Yong.
Iconic Queensland Croc Shot Dead loading...
Iconic Queensland Croc Shot Dead
The murder of the giant croc will have a significant impact on the ecosystem
Swimming Hole Closes In Northern Territory Due to “Salty” loading...
Swimming Hole Closes In Northern Territory Due to “Salty”
The saltwater croc forced evacuation of the popular Berry Springs
Alligator Crushed by Tree—Here's How It Happened loading...
Alligator Crushed by Tree—Here's How It Happened
An incredible photo shows the powerful impact of hurricanes on wildlife.
Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles loading...
Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles
Fewer foreign visitors and political chaos has led some Egyptians to turn to hunting Nile crocodiles as a source of revenue.
What Happens When a Baby Hippo Plays With a Croc loading...
What Happens When a Baby Hippo Plays With a Croc
A scene that could have ended in carnage takes a surprising twist.
About the Show

Roger Horrocks has heard stories of men "calling" wild crocodiles out of the river and a crocodile shaman who can swim and ride on the back of a giant crocodile without being eaten. He sets out to investigate these stories.

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