Saturday, September 25

A crocodile attacks and destroys a drone that was recording it | Digital Trends Spanish

Humans find another way to annoy animals and not leave them alone in their natural habitat.

A group of tourists went to the wetlands in southern Florida, in the Everglades National Park to film the crocodiles that live in that place up close with a drone.

The problem is that, without thinking about the tranquility of this species, they got very close to a specimen that was resting peacefully in the water.

At one point, people got very close to the DJI Spark drone and the crocodile did not hesitate to perform a spectacular jump and capture the device in the air.

Reference image. Getty Images.

After this, he proceeded to bite him violently, destroying him. In the video it is not possible to see if the reptile ate the aircraft, what is appreciated is that the drone was totally destroyed. In addition, the screams and expressions of astonishment from the witnesses are heard.

“We were trying to approach the crocodile with our mouths open and we thought that the obstacle avoidance system would make the drone fly,” explain those involved in a post made on social networks.

Now the people in the video could face a bigger problem, as drone flying is prohibited in Florida state parks. Also, the filmed record could expose a case of animal abuse against the crocodile.

Probably the most important lesson from this video is learning to respect animals, especially in places that are intended for their care and protection.

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