Want to get attacked by a Crocodile?

Wednesday, 12 March 2008
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Croc Attack
The Story of this missing arm can be found here.
Are looking for a good time or maybe to build up your story repertoire for the next staff party?

Interested in getting attached by a croc but having a difficult time closing the deal? Get yourself drunk, visit your local watering hole at night and go swimming.

According to the latest research by Queensland crocodile expert Dr. Mark Read, most of the attacks were a combination of alcohol, swimming and the dark.

"People are getting cocky and thinking they know what they are doing, which is bad. It is a case of the number of people who continue to swim in known crocodile habitat; in 80 per cent of the attacks people were swimming or wading in these areas.

"About 40 per cent of these attacks were late afternoon or evening when predators like crocodiles are most active and most dangerous.

"The other outstanding factor was 40 per cent of people attacked were acting under the influence of alcohol."

More info: news.com.au


Croc Attack
The Story of this missing arm can be found here.
Are looking for a good time or maybe to build up your story repertoire for the next staff party?

Interested in getting attached by a croc but having a difficult time closing the deal? Get yourself drunk, visit your local watering hole at night and go swimming.

According to the latest research by Queensland crocodile expert Dr. Mark Read, most of the attacks were a combination of alcohol, swimming and the dark.

"People are getting cocky and thinking they know what they are doing, which is bad. It is a case of the number of people who continue to swim in known crocodile habitat; in 80 per cent of the attacks people were swimming or wading in these areas.

"About 40 per cent of these attacks were late afternoon or evening when predators like crocodiles are most active and most dangerous.

"The other outstanding factor was 40 per cent of people attacked were acting under the influence of alcohol."

More info: news.com.au


David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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