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Paco - the largest crocodile living in Europe, measuring 5m in length and weighing 600kg, was a resident of Crocodile Park in Torremolinos from 1999 to 2018. Now well maintained is an exhibit in one of the park's exhibitions halls.

During the presentation, the ranger walked between the ponds and called out the toothy creatures by stirring a stick in the water. There is one real giant there, and I admit that when it was called to show itself to the audience, the speed of its jump and the size of its mouth with sharp teeth impressed me. I was glad we were standing in a safe place...  

A very cool and educational place to spend more than an hour in the company of not-so-friendly-looking reptiles. For our little one was a huge attraction.

More information CLICK  It is worth to find out at what time the animal presentation and mini lecture is conducted.


Un Saludo:)!

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Dora Mandora - passionate about technology, photography, travel, sport and healthy living. Professionally: web & graphic designer and photographer. With camera in hand explores the Iberian Peninsula's southern reaches.


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