The answer to this question, perhaps, knows Edward Salas Jose Chavez, who does this every day at the river, teeming with crocodiles in Costa Rica. The man quietly feeding reptiles, reaching a length of 17 feet (5 meters). This incredibly brave man leads us to rethink the phrase “looking into the face of danger”. Almost all the people hand feeding crocodiles implies a one way ticket – a watery grave. However, Jose stay in the immediate vicinity of the armed predator with sharp teeth, just a part of their daily work.
Salas directs the program “River Tours Jose” on the Tarcoles River in Costa Rica. Under this program, visitors can watch as he feeds the huge crocodiles. Jose and his team are very careful and consistent in their dealings with reptiles. If crocodiles are hungry or protect their young, they were better suited, since in such situations, they can be even more aggressive.