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Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin, Australia

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Nothing says family vacation like a spin in the Cage of Death. At this reptile-themed spot, thrill-seekers can ogle massive crocodiles up close from behind an acrylic barrier, submerged in a saltwater croc tank. Slightly tamer offerings include good old-fashioned croc fishing, where children and adults taunt baby crocodiles with baited fishing poles.

Best of the Strange: After bonding with these dangerous majestic creatures, stop by the shop to purchase an authentic crocodile skin.

World's Strangest Theme Parks

Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin, Australia

Nothing says family vacation like a spin in the Cage of Death. At this reptile-themed spot, thrill-seekers can ogle massive crocodiles up close from behind an acrylic barrier, submerged in a saltwater croc tank. Slightly tamer offerings include good old-fashioned croc fishing, where children and adults taunt baby crocodiles with baited fishing poles.

Best of the Strange: After bonding with these dangerous majestic creatures, stop by the shop to purchase an authentic crocodile skin.

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