Invasion of the Crocodiles
Filmed over a year, his ambitious study offers exciting new insights into the life of this little known predator. From a never before filmed mass feeding event of 60 crocodiles to the discovery that they can predict bad weather, the film reveals some remarkable new behaviour and alarmingly, that crocodiles are moving further and faster than anyone thought possible.
"Fantastic viewing figures - our joint highest so far. Lot's of good comments & loads of good press too. Well done!" - Tim Martin, Series Editor, BBC Natural World
"Great film - Thanks very much for such a good programme which I'm sure will be really enjoyed by the Natural World audience." - Neil Nightingale, Head, BBC Natural History Unit
"Thank you for the wonderful cut I've just seen of Crocs. It was really refreshing.. No swimming for me in Darwin Harbour." Mick Kaczorowski Senior Executive Producer Discovery
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Director: Emma Ross