Are you brave enough for Australia's crocodile crossing?

The river is home to about 120 of the deadly creatures


Cross if you dare.

A river at Cahill's Crossing in Australia's Kakadu National Park is home to about 120 crocodiles - but that hasn't stopped people from trying to drive or walk across it.

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A man was killed by a crocodile earlier this year as he waded through the river and seven people were rescued in another incident.

The crossing is, however, safe for 4x4s when the water is low.

So you may want to wait for a drought to try and cross.

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