A crocodile looking like it was the one responsible for giving Captain Hook his nom de guerre, glides into a submerged GoPro, and then returns to check it out again.
Botswana’s Okavango Delta is also known as Africa’s Last Eden, and is both a permanent and seasonal home to an incredible number and variety of wild animals, many of them quite dangerous.
This includes big crocodiles.
Nile crocodiles are a dominant species in the region and are a valued tourist attraction, including being the star attractions in, believe it or not, Nile Crocodile Diving Expeditions.
The week-long diving safaris cost around $15,000 and include not only lodging amenities and a diving guide, but also an on-site medic and “air medevac by helicopter in case of emergency.”
Personally, I’ll stick with simply viewing cool videos of toothy crocs silently swimming into GoPro cameras.