Diving with Crocodiles

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Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

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Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.

Diving with Crocodiles

Bernie de La Villardière is a television reporter who has covered wars, infiltrated jails, and rubbed shoulders with men and women studying the deadliest predators. Adrenaline is his fuel yet he has never felt so vulnerable than when facing a Nile crocodile. This formidable killing machine lives in Botswana and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths every year. Vince Shacks is a scientist who doesn?t hesitate to risk his life to observe these dangerous predators up close by swimming next to them in the Okavango river. Now, Bernie will also risk his life as he dives alongside Vince and these five metre long reptiles to better understand their behaviour. This may help man and crocodile to co-exist in harmony in years to come.