The Predator's Bay - Crocodile Documentary

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Kosi Bay is a series of four interlinked lakes in the Maputaland area of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The resort has become a touristic attraction in the past several years, as people go there to swim with dolphins and see other animals.

But the Kosi Bay is also known as the Predator’s Bay. This is the place where predators thrive, and in particular, where the apex predators of the river meet the most powerful predators of the ocean.

The beautiful estuarine system in Southern Africa is where predators of all sizes lurk throughout the habitats. The greatest of them is the crocodile, but also the Zambezi or bull shark.

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