Man Tries To Attack Baby Crocodile: Whether the children are of humans or animals, they are loved by both. Some children are as cute and straight as they seem from a distance, they are equally noisy. You must have heard that famous song related to children, whose lyrics are ‘Chhota Bachcha Jaan Ke Na Koi Aankh Dikhana Re’. You can guess the meaning of this song recently by watching this viral video, in which the bet of a person attacking a baby crocodile with a knife seems to be backfired. By watching the video, you will understand that whether the child is of a snake or an ant, both can do bad things.
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In this video going viral, a person makes the fool of underestimating a baby crocodile, after which what happened to him the very next moment, he will probably remember for the rest of his life. In the video, the attack on the baby crocodile is seen to be heavy on the person. In the video, the baby crocodile is seen teaching a lesson to the person who attacked him. During this whole scene is captured by the person’s companion in his camera. It can be seen in the video that the baby crocodile is repeatedly trying to attack the person. The person survives the first and second time, but the third time he buries his sharp teeth in his hand and scratches it. During this, the person jerks his hand in a hurry and gets free from the clutches of the crocodile’s child.
This video has been shared on the social media platform Instagram with an account named @ViciousVideos, which people are surprised to see. This video has got more than 1 lakh views so far, while more than 9 thousand people have liked this video. Users who have seen the video are giving different reactions on it. One user wrote, ‘If the crocodile was a little bigger than that, then the person would have become its fodder.’ Another person wrote, ‘Stupid, trying to kill a crocodile with a pocket knife.’
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