Fannie Bay Gaol
Kakadu - Cooinda - Yellow Water Billabong.
(They say for every croc you see there is twelve you don't. There are genearally more females to males and this is due to the temperature, the temperature affects the sexes of the hatchings, cannot remember what the temperatures are, however, the temperature is critical to whether the eggs hatch or not. There is a very narrow range for males to result. After all that around 1% of the hatchlings will survive to become adults as they are on the food chain whilst small)
(When you see the head of a croc above water you are seeing one eighth of its length, the photo below shows this if you look closely you can see the outline of the croc underwater.)
(This croc, near the bank centre, has made a nest just up the bank which is rather early and could get flooded out when the wet settles in.)