1. Crocodile Stalks Swimmers in Australia In late December 2019, a large saltwater crocodile was spotted lurking in the waters off Australia's far north, causing a stir among beachgoers. The incident occurred at Cossies Beach in the Northern Territory, where the crocodile was seen swimming just a few meters away from two people in the water. The crocodile was estimated to be about 4 meters long and was eventually captured by wildlife officers. 2. Crocodile Dundee Returns Home The iconic Australian film character Crocodile Dundee is back in his native Australia, more than 30 years after he first graced movie screens. The new movie, "Crocodile Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home," is a sequel to the original 1986 film, and stars Chris Hemsworth as Dundee's son, Brian. The movie follows Brian as he returns to Australia and reunites with his father, Mick, who has been living in the outback for decades. 3. Crocodiles Help Keep Rivers Healthy Crocodiles are often seen as terrifying predators, but they can also play an important role in keeping waterways healthy. A study in the Northern Territory of Australia showed that the presence of
The Australian man bites the crocodile’s eyelid to escape from its grip. Click to read more. An Australian man survived a saltwater crocodile attack through a bizarre situation after biting back at the 10-foot reptile in Australia's Northern Territory, according to reports earlier this week.
In a seismic shift from the old days of cowhide and crocodile-skin watchbands, millions of watches sold next year will be leather-free, thanks to a pledge In a seismic shift from the old days of cowhide and crocodile-skin watchbands, millions of watches sold next year will be leather-free, thanks to a pledge from Apple Inc.—which sold more than 50 million smartwatches in 2022 and is the largest company in the world—to throw out leather and to expand its use of recycled materials with lower carbon footprints, including its FineWoven microtwill. The move has earned Apple PETA’s 2023 Company of the Year Award.
The British man was following directions from ‘Google Maps’ and turned into a flooded bridge, above a crocodile-infested river. Click to read more.
After hearing from PETA about the cruel ways snakes, crocodiles, and other reptiles used by the fashion industry are killed for their skin, upscale brand After hearing from PETA about the cruel ways snakes, crocodiles, and other reptiles used by the fashion industry are killed for their skin, upscale brand Tory Burch confirmed that it will no longer use reptile skins. In thanks, PETA is sending the company a box of delicious alligator-shaped vegan chocolates.
Crocodiles are used by the Australian Border Force to fend off illegal international fishers from the waters of Australia. Click to read more.
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