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    Everybody likes videos of cute animals that cross the road at pedestrian crosswalks and when the traffic light is green. But what about creatures that are not so tiny, cute and fluffy? Well, they can pretty much do whatever they want, because people won't risk disturbing the scary beasts.

    This crocodile has no need for traffic lights, as it is itself already green. The reptile is huge enough to damage a car, so the drivers patiently wait for the prehistoric predator to cross the barrier separating the two bodies of water.

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