Why are ‘salties’ nesting closer to Darwin? | Part 1 Saltwater Crocodiles | ABC News

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For the first time in recorded history, two saltwater crocodile nests have been found in Darwin and the nearby satellite city Palmerston.

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  • 1 thought on “Why are ‘salties’ nesting closer to Darwin? | Part 1 Saltwater Crocodiles | ABC News”

    1. Crocs rule! They’re perfect for Darwin. If you want to see them more safely, try Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, just outside of Broome. While there, check out Crusher and his friends.

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