This 15″ long crocodile model has 26 detachable organ and body parts, and see-through skin to let you inspect its innards. It’s on sale for $20 on Amazon.
“What would a nature documentary be like if the animals were armed with our favorite weapons?”
Enjoying the crest of a wave, this crocodile shut down Cable Beach near Broome, Western Australia, one of the country’s most popular tourist hotspots. The animal has been slated for removal to the nearby Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Park. [Perth Now via Abroath]
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