A Bristol Geek

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A Little more HDR, this time at the Zoo!

This started out life as a set of three bracketed photographs of a West African dwarf Crocodile in the Reptile House of Bristol Zoo (@BristolZooGdns). This beautiful example is a member of a vulnerable species and is the smallest example of the crocodile genus. Unfortunately this croc’s brothers and sisters are often killed for bush meat or even worse just to turn them into shoes.

Bristol Zoo supports a European breeding program that is trying to bring back up the numbers of these beautiful creatures in the world. You can read more about the West African dwarf Crocodile on Bristol Zoo’s website here.

Update: If you feel so inclined you can purchase this image in various formats from here.

A Crocodile at Bristol Zoo (HDR)

A Crocodile at Bristol Zoo (HDR)

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