crocodile underwater cartoon
The five monkeys from “Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed,” are back and into more trouble. While their mother snoozes, the mischievous monkeys scamper up a tree and dangle from a limb, teasing Mr. Crocodile in the water below. Mr. Crocodile SNAPS them up one by one, or does he? A humorous tale that will have your child chanting, “You can’t catch me!” along with the little monkeys. Christelow’s cartoon-style illustrations bring this traditional counting rhyme alive and available for any child to enjoy.
Step into the world of a “huge, hungry crocodile” as she waits underwater for a catfish to swim close. At the same time she shows her vulnerability as she lets small birds peck food from her teeth. After her babies hatch from their eggs, she becomes a mother crocodile, fierce and watchful. The bright, watercolor illustrations make the crocodile appear to jump from the pages, while the smooth poetry of the text whispers: “Imagine you are a crocodile.”
“Looks like it’s running for base.”
Normally it is extremely difficult to observe a crocodile’s underwater activity with so much clarity, particularly when you consider that the water in their natural habitat is usually muddy and unclear. Taken at this crocodile farm, however, with its human-like posture this snapper wouldn’t be out of place in a cartoon or a comic book.
In the PC Game, Crocodiles appear both in the game and on the game’s box art.
A Crocodile illustration also appears on the “Jumanji” map closing credits next to the executive producers David Householter and Jake Kasdan’s credits.
“I’m dying.” Those were “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin’s final words, according to a cameraman who said he urged the wildlife icon to “think of his kids” and “hang on” after being stabbed by a stingray in a fatal, freak attack.
According to Lyons’ account, he and the 44-year-old Irwin were about eight days into filming a series called “Ocean’s Deadliest” when they found themselves in chest-deep water near Queensland, Australia. They came across a “massive” 8-foot-wide stingray. Despite their impressive size, stingrays are normally docile creatures that do not pose a threat.
Suman Dedge, sarpanch of the Nanded gram panchayat, said, “A villager has spotted the crocodile inside the river, near the bridge and informed the gram panchayat. We have immediately issued a warning letter to avoid any untoward incident. Villagers will now be more cautious.”
A teacher saw the reptile gliding past a bridge in Nanded village; gram panchayat has asked the locals to be on alert