I must admit that I don't spend a huge amount of time considering what it would be like if a crocodile decided to eat me for breakfast, however after watching National Geographic photographer Trevor Frost's latest project, I fear that might be about to change.
Getting up close and personal with a bunch of saltwater croc's in northern Australia, Trevor Frost spent weeks upon murky water to capture and share a POV video demonstrating exactly what it's like to get trapped inside a crocodile's jaws. Yay...
Fears aside though, the footage he caught is pretty flippin' cool, such as this video of a crocodile propelling itself out of the water...
Frost explains in the description:
"Crocodiles have incredibly strong tails. Their tails propel them in the water like torpedoes from a submarine. In fact, as you see here, their tails are so strong that they can propel their entire body out of the water. Crocodiles are so cool."
If you head over to National Geographic you can watch the full video plus learn lots of other facts about saltwater crocs. For example, did you know that:
Their bite is the strongest ever measured, generating over 7,000 pounds (4,900 kilometers) per square inch of pressure. That's strong enough to crush the hull of an aluminum boat.
No? Aren't you glad you know that now?
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