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   Undertoad  Thursday Apr 21 02:20 PM

4/21/2005: Baby crocs



Brucs is going to take over IotD soon, I hear. Anyway, these youngsters are saltwater crocs, one week old, at the Taronga Zoo. They were amongst the Yahoo Most Popular for a while, because of their obvious appeal.

These youngsters are harvested to make this product:




CharlieG  Thursday Apr 21 02:27 PM

crocs ain't gators, and gators aint crocs



Undertoad  Thursday Apr 21 02:31 PM

Damn, yer right - gotta change the title



mrnoodle  Thursday Apr 21 02:38 PM

I thought those were made out of roaches.



Promenea  Thursday Apr 21 04:05 PM

plus those are gator clips, not croc clips <g>



glatt  Thursday Apr 21 04:23 PM

Well, I think the picture is cool. I wouldn't say the baby crocs are cute, but they are neat to look at. I especially like how they all are just sitting around with their mouths agap, just waiting to chomp on something. Little bastards.



Happy Monkey  Thursday Apr 21 04:31 PM

Take out the little arms, and it would look like the guy is holding a baby hydra.



Izanagi  Thursday Apr 21 08:29 PM

Great!!!
One more thing to contribute to my already over abundant nightmares!!!

Thanks Cellar.



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Apr 21 08:34 PM

Saltwater Crocs get to about 16 ft give or take a little. That's bigger than fresh water croc isn't it?

Waiting for the Croc of ....., joke.



busterb  Thursday Apr 21 08:44 PM

Never had a stuffed baby Gator when a kid?



capnhowdy  Thursday Apr 21 09:04 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Promenea
plus those are gator clips, not croc clips <g>
[b] 70'S FLASH.......
Roach Clips
Great image. I am amazed at how small they are. Even now they look like they could tear your finger off.
I remember as a child, you could buy baby alligators at K-Mart. Horned toads, too. Imagine that. I understand that an alligator is relatively docile compared to the salt water croc. Glad they didn't sell us kids crocs........
* Second thought: the baby gators they sold us were probably the sole explanation to the success of another novelty in that era. The "Sixfinger"..


Happy Monkey  Thursday Apr 21 09:05 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Happy Monkey
Take out the little arms, and it would look like the guy is holding a baby hydra.
Like so!


LabRat  Friday Apr 22 09:45 AM

Wow, you're good!!



Clodfobble  Friday Apr 22 09:49 AM

The only part that sticks out for me is the amputated piece of leg hiding in the shadow under the jaw of the one on the bottom right. But I don't know a damn thing about Photoshop so I don't know if that's insanely hard to fix or you just forgot about it.



Trilby  Friday Apr 22 10:34 AM

I think they are cute, cute, cute! I went to a swampy place down around NOLA and got to hold one of those fresh-water alligators. It was soooo cute and had a great smile. Looked very friendly and companionable. Of course, it was a baby. Cute creatures until they try to eat you. I fear most large bodies of water--salt or fresh. Monsters lurk in them all.



Happy Monkey  Friday Apr 22 10:56 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clodfobble
The only part that sticks out for me is the amputated piece of leg hiding in the shadow under the jaw of the one on the bottom right. But I don't know a damn thing about Photoshop so I don't know if that's insanely hard to fix or you just forgot about it.
I just missed it. It was a quick and dirty job.


BigV  Friday Apr 22 12:03 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianna
I think they are cute, cute, cute! --snip-- Cute creatures until they try to eat you. I fear most large bodies of water--salt or fresh. Monsters lurk in them all.
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Including pickled?


Happy Monkey  Friday Apr 22 09:43 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Clodfobble
The only part that sticks out for me is the amputated piece of leg hiding in the shadow under the jaw of the one on the bottom right. But I don't know a damn thing about Photoshop so I don't know if that's insanely hard to fix or you just forgot about it.
How's this? I reddened up the eyes for extra effect, as well...


Clodfobble  Saturday Apr 23 10:53 AM

Very nice! Hercules better start doing his calisthenics.



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