The largest reptile on earththe saltwater crocodileis lurking in the rivers of Australia's Northern Territory. A master predator, each year this cunning croc is tested by nature's harsh extremes and must battle for dominance with its own kind.
Using high-speed cameras and infrared technology, National Geographic reveals how this stealthy "salty," with senses and instincts honed over the ages, is able to retain King Croc status.
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An absolutely must-have for fans of wildlife film-making. This is a wildlife documentary done the proper, David Attenburough-esque way (with David Attenburough, of course haha.) But it is far from "old school" using state of the art video techniques and a commitment to the saltwater crocodile seldom seen anywhere. No sensationalist non-sense here.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend