Located in Darwin Australia. This is a very very extreme sport in Australia where willing visitors are put into a reassuring 1.5 inch thick glass enclosure called the “cage of death”
Officials claim the glass can withstand the attack of a wild, toothy beast. The glass is lowered into a salt water tank where the jaws of Choopa, a monstrous and aggressive 18 foot crocodile lay in wait for a snack, meat is attached to the cage to attract the crocodile, the visitors are treated to a 15 minutes harrowing experience below the surface.
As the nasty 2000 pound crocodile pounds and thrash at the sides, despite the thickness of the glass, scratches and teeth bites are still visible on the cage, saltwater crocodiles which can grow up to 20 feet long are very common in the northern territory of Australia.
Strict warnings at the resort scares most visitors away but the chance to swim safely with one of the most dangerous predator on earth was an instant attraction, opened in July 2008,the cage of death instantly caused waves with its $35million budget.
The crocodile is housed with many other species of fish, snake, and reptiles.