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The Border Between Crocs and Humans | Explorer ctm magazine

Thanks to an aggressive conservation effort in the Northern Territory of Australia, crocodiles now outnumber people. But as humans push their boundaries, the crocs push back.
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The Border Between Crocs and Humans | Explorer

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  • National Geographic on January 30, 2019

    A conservation plan in Australia brought crocodile numbers up so much that nearby humans began to feel threatened. What are your thoughts on this battle of territories?

  • Parlay Phresh on May 1, 2019

    Glad I live In new York

  • VeganVixen on May 1, 2019

    We are so morally depraved and apathetic…
    You could also encourage breeding of dogs but making dog fighting more popular and profitable, but that doesn't make it okay.
    You could increase our own population by starting a business of enslaving humans for all kinds of purposes, but that doesn't make it okay.
    Benefiting other animals while harming others doesn't cancel out the harm. Animals aren't mere population numbers, they are all sentient beings. Each one is an individual with their own unique personalities and life experiences. Each one has the right to his or her own life. We need to stop looking to "conserve" species as "resources" and start looking to respecting and protecting the well-being and rights of all sentient beings.

  • Will on May 9, 2019

    Sounds like some sick revenge story. Imagine raising your daughter's killers by the thousands just for slaughter. That cant be a healthy thought patter to have. Look at how she feeds them probably thinking, "yea you're going to be a purse, You're going to be a belt, and you're going to be a pair of boots".

  • Daily Drone FPV on May 11, 2019

    Well for one, reptiles are typically easier to breed for conservation in general because they can lay dozens of eggs at once while large mammals will only have a few offspring per year maximum.

  • Just A Person on May 15, 2019

    And how many crocs have humans killed?

  • Jiffy on May 25, 2019

    Roger looks like the creep on Ted

  • 아드난Adnan on May 26, 2019

    He is not a Zoologist!!! He is a fraud

  • Calvin Barrett on May 27, 2019

    Only 64 that's incredible. But number can't be right I've all the Australians living in Australia for all the time they've been there only 64 have been recorded killed by crocodiles. This number seems very very low. but I would think most people would have enough sense not to go swimming with crocodiles could be. and again a whole group of girls go swimming I'm sure it's not the first time they've ever been swimming.

  • loTToLinKs on May 28, 2019

    Australia= short life span

  • Herb Saron on May 30, 2019

    You killed my daughter?
    Ill raise thousands of your offsprings for slaughter and get paid for it 😈😈😈

  • Anders K Andersson on June 1, 2019

    Crocs and snakes are not our friends… kill and eat all!!!!

  • Danika Del Cruza on June 16, 2019

    Ik they are protected but ppl have to protect their families im not sorry if a alliagator or crocodile ever come near my house i would shoot them dead its the law of nature

  • Shawn Gatewood on June 18, 2019

    Why would u let them swim in a area like that…….that pond or whatever looks dangerous….nobody should be swimming.

  • Skezza _ on June 20, 2019

    You call that guy a conservationist?? He’s just accessorising this ancient creatures

  • mnm I stand for my flag on June 22, 2019

    Why would a parent allow a child to swim in water with anything more in it than a small fish ?

  • Burmeseman 1948 on June 26, 2019

    When a croc kills your daughter so you start a crocodile farm. Absolute

  • Miki H. on July 2, 2019

    How come the Northern Territory only has 250k people? Its a big place. To hot an humid or what?

  • Abel Mantor on July 4, 2019

    My favorite reptiles .

  • N on July 10, 2019

    Would you rather keep the human race alive just to be farmed and made into handbags… OR… would you rather just not exist at all. I RECKON WE SHOULD EITHER LET THEM LIVE OR GO EXTINCT…. NOT JUST KEEP THEM ALIVE TO TURN INTO CLOTHES.

  • skyfish1440 on July 10, 2019

    how has the ivory trade not evolved in the same way?

  • R20966 on July 14, 2019

    A responsible parent wouldnt raise a child in a place with crocodiles, venomous spiders, snakes and christ knows what. The same as you would not raise a child in the UK now cos of knives, guns, acid etc.

  • KCH 70 on July 18, 2019

    why would you ever step foot in a body of water in the northern territories…that's just stupid. "How come nobody told us their are crocs in the water"? uhhh lady, crocs outnumber humans up there..thats all the facts you need to make a good decision as a parent regarding your kids…ignore that fact and roll the dice you get what you get.

  • Anime Huntress on July 20, 2019

    Okay their is a huge difference in an animal that can lay 40 to 60 eggs in a clutch and a large cat that is lucky to have two survive. Even with human intervention, most litters aren't more than four, and that is not a common number either. They also don't live nearly as long as a crocodile. Your trying to compare a rabbit with a horse. Simply put they are not comparable!

  • Ryan Gage on July 24, 2019

    "I am richer for having her even if it was only for a moment."

    That's awesome.

  • David Ortiz on July 25, 2019

    Crocodiles are dinosaurs.

  • sass Mate on July 31, 2019

    It’s not that controversial really, They’re no longer endangered, they can make lots of people lots of money and if you don’t kill them chances are they’ll probably kill u soooo even if you love the animal it could be in your best interest to humanely kill it

  • SoundSharp Music Ltd Wade Sharp on August 1, 2019

    I thought the hippo had the strongest bite ever recorded? Or is it in general?

  • RelentLess Enterprises on August 1, 2019

    How exactly did they inspire the ore industry though??

  • RelentLess Enterprises on August 1, 2019

    Cuz I'm sure that little girl would've been so thrilled to have her legacy centered around what brought her to such a violent ending. Jeez some people are so delusional

  • Daniel Ly on August 6, 2019

    Difference between tigers and crocs population is not because the locals don’t have a reason too, it’s the amount of offspring a female can have. 40 to 1.

  • DawnDanner on August 7, 2019

    I tell u I could not raise crocs if one had killed my child!!

  • Muta Wadada on August 7, 2019


  • Madlad on August 7, 2019

    Why cant you relocate the crocodile instaed of killing it?🐊

  • Zero 0000 on August 13, 2019

    beautiful child.

  • indra pratama on August 14, 2019

    croc : we re the best predator in this world we can survive 1 year without eating n never die
    Mr Beast : this $100.000 buy some gun n die
    croc : ok

  • indra pratama on August 14, 2019

    bcse croc can lay 50++ eggs
    n tiger only 1-4 pups
    ure so dumb

  • indra pratama on August 14, 2019

    bcse croc can lay 50++ eggs
    n tiger only 1-4 pups
    ure so dumb

  • Jose Mendez on January 18, 2020

    And now they can go close to extinction again, since most of their homes are getting ruined by the Australian bush fires

  • Namfon Harkenrider on March 2, 2020

    My bite force is as much as a crocodile when im just 8 years old

  • Mark Louis on April 25, 2020

    Can a crocodile kill with no water?

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