By Josie September 12th, 2023
This man could’ve been in real trouble – but instead, he fights off this charging crocodile with a frying pan.
As the reptile blocks the exit, the quick-thinking man grabs a frying pan, transforming it into an unlikely weapon.
This hardened Aussie man doesn’t seem fazed at all – he acts like he’s merely wafting an annoying fly away.
A mere two blows is enough for the beast to retreat.
Home to the world’s largest wild crocodile population, the region harbors over 100,000 crocodiles.
With a history of successful conservation, the crocodile population here has rebounded impressively over the past four decades.
In water, they are swift predators, reaching speeds up to 20-22 mph, utilizing their muscular tails for rapid propulsion.
This agility contrasts with their slower land pace, where they can achieve speeds of 7-9 mph in short bursts.
1. Raise Your Arms and Make Noise 2. Use Bright Lights 3. Seek Higher Ground