Monday, March 23, 2009


NILE CROC, Photographed near Arba Minch, Lake Chamo, Ethiopia, on August 14, 2008, by Peter van Zoest.

Notice the body bulk. Notice the "horns." Notice the worn teeth.

This is a serious, ooooolld, beast. IMHO, the biggest crocodile in the world.


Anonymous said...

I say the U.S. breeds and raises MILLIONS of salt-water crocs. We get em up to around 2,000 pounds and 20 feet in length. We then make them spiffy commando-paratrooper uniforms and we airlift em over "there" ... drop em in at low level. NIGHT jump. Ramadam is a good night. I don't know if the crocs would actually EAT muslims? Crocs will eat rotting hippo and such.
Sure hope they have a STOMACH for muslims. Just my idea. ARM and PREPARE!
When they morons try something let's forget about government. Let's clean up the old fashion way.

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