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Dec 25, 2010 5:33 AM CST
Christine, part of their natural habitat is my place. Last wet season a roughly 3 metre (about 9.8 feet) Estuarine Crocodile came through my place. How many times it's been there when I haven't noticed is anybody's guess. I liken it to being in a city where you can walk around and not worry about cars provided you do the right thing. Do the wrong thing and you can be killed by them. It's the same with crocodiles.

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