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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     konacraig photographed these salt water crocodiles while on a two-week expedition in Western Australia. He says he was within five to 10 feet of the crocodiles, taking these photos from a zodiac.

    "The crocodiles are vicious animals that kill and eat anything and everything. Knowing that they will kill you if you enter the water is a sobering feeling. There is no margin for error. Leave your boat and die," he said.
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    They kill people every year in Australia. They are salt water crocodiles. We have been photographing them for 2 weeks in Australia. They can stray underwater for 90 minutes then strike and kill. We swam in the ocean with guards standing watch., They eat birds people and other mammals. They can be in mangroves or the open ocean and can measure up to 14 feet. Attack their victims and they can take you underwater and finish their work. Beware!

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