A young crocodile sunning itself on a fallen tree trunk in the water in the Chobe River.
Young Crocodiles in the Chobe River are often seen close to the water’s edge waiting for doves or beetles to come close enough to attack.
This crococile has come out of the Chobe River onto the sand bank to pick up part of a barbel it had flicked into pieces.
Crocodile taking a barbel head back into the Chobe’s waters.
This young crocodile was not going to leave this barbel head behind for the Hammerkops and Fish Eagles to eat.
This crocodile was walking back into the Chobe ‘s waters to finish his barbel meal.
Throwing up this barbel head into the air to get it into the right position. Crocdiles do not seem too concerned about all the sand on the fish.
Hiding behind a tree branch with its barbel head.
This crocodile was disturbed by our boat as we cruised by on the Chobe River,
A big crocodile races back into the water after being disturbed from its basking session in the sun on a bank on the Chobe River
This crocodile was lying patiently in still water waiting for an opportunity to feed. I really liked the background colours.
This crocodile was taking its barbel meal back to the water. These crocodiles usually flick their heads violently from side to side to break off the barbel’s head. They often leave the head for other feeders.
A small crocodile sunning itself on a small tree stump in the middle of the Chobe river
This crocodile’s head was a perfect landing spot for a dragonfly.
This young crioocdile had been stalking a dung beetle on the Chobe’s river bank. It missed and was just turning back into the water.
Those look to be very sharp teeth – that half closed eye is deceiving.
This was a massive Nile Crocodile sunning itself on a island in the Chobe river.This crocodile’ head was probably one third the size of a Wildebeest’s body – a really big boy!!
Huge Nile Crocodile swims right up to this exhausted Wildebeest in the Mara river
The huge Crocodile grabs the adult Wildebeest by the head and starts to drown it inn the Mara river
Large Nile Crocodile in process of drowning an adult Wildebeest with another terrified Wildebeest trying to swim passed the drowning
Vice grip- this croc has an adult Wildebeest’s head in its jaws
Another large Nile Crocodile eating a Zebra’s head in the Mara river
Not a good angle but gives an impression of how big this Nile Crocdile was with its Zebra head
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