Skip to comments.Enter Australia’s Cage of Death
Posted on 04/26/2014 9:04:19 PM PDT by Rebelbase
Voted as one of CNNs Top 50 adventure attractions, the Cage of Death puts you in a clear acrylic cage and dumps it in a pool containing a deadly 2,000-pound saltwater crocodile.
This death-defying attraction is found in the Crocosaurus Cove theme park, in Darwin City, Northern Territory, Australia, a region where many of these salties can be found. Unlike shark diving cages, the Cage of Death has no bars but is made of acrylic panels 1.5 inches in width that on some areas contain deep toothmarks made by the hungry crocs.
Thrill-seekers enter the cage by 2′s and are then lowered into the water for a 15-minute immersion with Choppa, the aggressive resident reptile. Choppa thrashes around the cage, divers may fantasize a gruesome death within the jaws of the wild croc.
The Cage of Death costs USD 35 per head. Other Crocosaurus attractions include a Fishing for Crocs deck which lets visitors feel small crocodiles using long rods.
I’d give it a try.
Post it on YouTube and maybe I’ll watch.
I would give it a try, after you came up out of the water.
Don’t need it. I have staff meetings.
“Deep toothmarks” that’s all I need to know.
I wonder how many times the cage water gets muddy?
Well, they’re saying $35 USD to get in. No mention of what it costs ya to get out.
Sort of like the guy goes into a bar in Alaska and sees a sign that there is a $1,000 prize for anyone that will win a race with a husky, wrestle a Bear and impregnate a Native Woman.
He comes back the next day, all beat up, with proof he won the race and he loudly proclaimed - “Where is that Native Woman I have to wrestle”.
The best news is there’s no waiver to sign.
No thank you.
I will stick to riding my Harley through certain parts of Miami for my adrenaline rush.
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