Close encounters of the croc kind

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  1. The slight elevation of the Crocworld Conservation Centre allows visitors to see across the grounds and even take in Scottburgh main beach and the ocean. Pictures: Marilyn Bernard
  2. The centre has a snake section, where visitors can view 10 of the 12 most venomous indigenous snakes.
  3. If you look up into the sky, you will spot this African fish eagle called Isis, who will respond to your call with a loud squawk.
  4. Henry is the big boss of the crocs at Crocworld Conservation Centre.
  5. Toco the toucan with his wonky beak.
  6. Arthi Sanpath holds a baby Nile croc, which 'fortunately for me, behaved itself'.
 

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