I know the title says there is more than crocs but I will start off with a croc picture. Couldn’t fit all of the croc in the frame so I decided to focus on its tail. Converted it to black and white because I thought it looked way better in mono than in colour.
But as I mentioned in another post, Jong Crocodile Farm is not just a crocodile farm, it is sort of a mini zoo as well.
Other than crocs, there is a Binturong, some sunbears and lots of ducks. I waited for a bit for the duck to flap its wings and I was lucky that the other duck was also performing some stunt of its own. At the end, I got my Kungfu Ducks shot which I thought was pretty cool.
And then we have my usual favourite, the otter. Sharon pointed them out to me, and I was initially lazy to take a shot. But oh well, otter eating fish, couldn’t resist clicking the shutter.
As you can see, if you are ever in Kuching, the Jong Crocodile Farm is quite a worthwhile place to visit.
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