I took this photo in a crocodile farm in Vietnam. There was extremely little protection from those enormous crocodiles and Alligators, no metal fence, just a small concrete wall 4 or 5 feet high, just enough to prevent the animal from jumping out.
A careless person letting an arm above the wall or a bit too close could die in an instant, since those powerful crocodile could jump in an fraction of a second, and could snap your limb and drag you in the enclosure. A bit scary.
See my other crocodile photos.
This photo is part of my Vietnam photo album.
Photos from of my 30-day trip around Vietnam in November 2005.
You can also check these smaller selections of photos on selected subjects:
- Tribe people of Vietnam: A selection of my best photos of Tribe people from Northern Vietnam.
- A photo-documentary about eating dog meat for dinner: "Thịt chó" means eating a (hot) dog - literally). But be advised that those are very GRAPHIC photos and not advised for children.