Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico

    Wildlife biologist Forrest Galante and cameraman Mark Romanov went to clear waters in an undisclosed location in the Caribbean, south-east of the Gulf of Mexico, to get close and personal with six colossal crocodiles and capture them on camera.

    In order to approach the wild crocodiles, the pair mimicked a large adult crocodile by wearing a special scaly wetsuit. Their tactics were successful and they captured the movements of the large beasts below water. However, It was still a risky move as a crocodile once tried to take a bite out of the cameraman, who kept filming and managed to move away in time. More photos below…

    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
    Daring filmmakers get close and personal with crocodiles in a habitat in Mexico
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