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Meet the very, very unlucky crocodile

Known for their ferocity and strength, crocodiles are the most successful freshwater predator. They can creep up on prey without giving their position away and their bite exerts a ton of force, easily crushing bones. But even with all these characteristics to their advantage, this croc in the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve in KwaZulu-Natal could do with a little more practice in securing its meal. 

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