VIDEO: 11-Foot African Crocodile Captured Leaping Out of Water at Central Florida Conservancy

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ABOVE VIDEO: This is the amazing moment a West African Slender-snouted crocodile leapt out of the water inside a wildlife conservancy compound at Central Florida.

EUSTIS, FLORIDA – Video was captured an amazing moment of a West African Slender-snouted crocodile, named ‘Pa’, leaping out of the water inside a wildlife conservancy compound at Dragonwood Conservancy in Eustis.

Animal rescuer Brad Valle said the Dragonwood Conservancy is an organization that dedicated to saving endangered species.

“Pa is one of our rescue crocodiles. He is a beast at 11-feet long,” said Valle.

The reptile belongs to an already-critically endangered species of African crocodiles.

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