One of the challenges for zoos and other organisations which use animals as attraction is how to immerse the guest in the animal experience. This question often becomes complicated when you start to consider animal welfare and husbandry needs. The question becomes even more complicated when you consider the interaction with dangerous animals – a quick internet search has many examples of where this sort of experience has gone wrong.
Crocosaurus cove is Darwin Australia has a unique way to allow guests to get up close to saltwater crocodiles with their ‘Cage of Death’ crocodile dive. As per the nature of experiences there is exclusivity in having limited numbers of participants and a definite level of immersion which is accessible to many and certainly would elicit a range of emotions.