There’s absolutely no shortage of bizarre content out there, and this insanely viral video is proof of that. A clip showing a large number of reptiles on a beach in Brazil surprised the Internet. It was shared on Twitter by Ken Rutkowski, a radio talk show host, and has been viewed a whopping 10 million times.
In the short clip, a large number of reptiles can be seen resting on a beach in Brazil. Some even crawled and others just lolled in the water. The video obviously drew a plethora of reactions from netizens and you should definitely check it out too.
“In Brazil, an invasion of crocodiles has inundated one of the beaches by several hundred, even thousands, and the local population is panicking,” the post’s caption reads.
Watch the viral video here:
In Brazil, an invasion of crocodiles has inundated one of the beaches by several hundred, even thousands, and the local population is panicking pic.twitter.com/3xnkqHdoyl
— Ken Rutkowski (@kenradio) September 15, 2022
Needless to say, the video drew a number of reactions from netizens and the comments section was a testament to that.
“Whenever animals ‘invade’ a room, I always assume it’s because humans messed up theirs like that,” wrote one user.
Another user commented, “There’s a little more to it than that. what’s in the water There’s no way they’re all so in check.”
See the comments here:
Whenever animals “invade” a room, I always assume it’s because humans messed up theirs so badly
— Hopefully NxtTyme (@Isces1) September 15, 2022
There’s something more to it.
What’s in the water? It’s impossible for them all to be kept in check like this
— da.brilliant.1 (@_BigBoss007) September 15, 2022
This is so creepy https://t.co/RIo7IiE6EY
— Asba Khan (@AsbaKhan12) September 18, 2022
Keep polluting our home!
We warn you. https://t.co/GR8E8D1QBD
— Zoe (@searching4puppy) 09/17/2022
They are sunbathing, check out the little cuties https://t.co/xWmf3UIduX
— Wendy (@septembre3) September 18, 2022
just no big deal
this is not an invasion these are not crocodiles this beach is on the river and the only people who panic are the ones who make you panic https://t.co/lriAjIVbJc
— ASH CANNOT GO TO HIS ACCOUNT (@somethinorig2) September 18, 2022
Some users pointed out that the reptiles were actually caimans.
Those are caimans, caimans don’t say either, they just stare at you until you go
— TheGloriousKingKronk (@GloriousKronk) 09/16/2022
These are caimans, not crocodiles
— Brend (@manustocks) September 15, 2022
Some users also claimed that the location is actually Pantanal, South Mato Grosso.
You are in Pantanal, South Mato Grosso! Your natural habitat! There is no population, no panic!
— Ricardo B. Di Salvi (@ridstennis) September 15, 2022
What do you think?
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