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Thread: Crocodylus palustris

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    Default Crocodylus palustris

    Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary.

    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, EF 2xII, ISO 400, f8, 1/1000, full frame image.

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    Lovely image. The background in the top looks nice. It is nice and parallel to the sensor. Nicely done. Thanks for sharing.


    What big teeth you have, Grandma!!! The better to EAT you with!!!
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    Very nice. Love the textures on the croc. TFS.

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    Nice pose. The background looks like in a studio. The low angle enhances the composition further. Thanks for sharing.
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    Not many croc shots at Indiawiilds.Good one for a change.I liked the close up attitude.Good work

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    These are complex creatures. Often feared, reviled, hated and killed. When we come to know that these creatures have remained virtually unchanged since prehistoric times and have survived, one gets a feeling of awe. Unfortunately, global warming is likely to seal their fate. Rise in incubation temperature, will affect the gender of the hatchlings.

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