Man. These crocs come out of nowhere and attack with such a quickness that you don't even know what's happening until you're already clamped down inside the terrifying and unrelenting jaws of the crocodile. National Geographic made some flotation devices that held cameras to capture exactly what it's like to get attacked and be inside a crocodile's mouth.
What It's Like To Get Attacked By A Crocodile And Then See Inside Its Mouth
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