Crocodiles: Here be Dragon (1990)

National Geographic

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Measuring 16 feet long and weighing over a ton, many call the crocodile the last surviving giant of the dinosaur age. While crocodiles are one of the world's strongest and most feared predators, they are also extremely tender and protective parents. Travel to Africa's Grumeti River in Tanzania where one of the largest croc populations thrives. Watch in suspense as a herd of thirsty wildebeest approach the crocodile-infested river to drink, unaware of the cold-blooded reptiles lurking at the water's edge. With National Geographic's slow-motion photography, you will witness thrilling scenes as the powerful beast dominates the waterway with its huge tail and crushing jaws. This National Geographic documentary examines the life of the African Crocodile. Shot mainly along the Grumeti River in Tanzania, it studies the hunting, mating, and parenting habits of these mammoth reptiles. Actor Richard Kiley narrates. ~ Ed Atkinson, All Movie Guide and www.joost.com

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