It is in human nature to keep yourselves safe and secure from potentially dangerous animals by keeping away from predator infested waters, untouched moss areas and many more.
But with the advent of social media, videos of people filming themselves tempting fate and ‘playing’ around with wild animals have etched our minds with the thought that something is not right with these people.
To give you an idea of how crazy some people are when it comes to rubbing shoulders with the wild, a video by Faidzul of four kids playing with a crocodile while swimming in a river was caught by their father and shared on social media.
Taking social media by storm, the kids were said to have likened the predatory croc to having cats at home, swimming with the animal and petting it as they please.
Clearly having a lot of fun, these kids have certainly caused krokodeilophobics around Malaysia to shiver in fear.
Not wanting to tempt and taunt the animal any further, the person responsible for the recording kept reminding the kids to not taunt and laugh at the animal, in fear that the crocs animalistic instinct may just kick in.
We hope that this video will not be an inspiration to kids out there to play around with wild animals, especially when they are on their own.
We know it is cool and all, but risking your limbs or your life is just not worth it!
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