Who wants puppies and hamsters when you can have a half-ton croc as a pet?
52-year-old Chito and 5-meter, 445kg Pocho became best friends since 20 years ago after Chito nursed him back to health after he found Pocho dying from a gunshot wound.
Now these two have got some history together: Chito "stayed by Pocho's side when he was ill, sleeping next to him at night. I just wanted him to feel that somebody loved him, that not all humans are bad."
"After a decade I started to work with him. At first it was slow, slow. I played with him a bit, slowly doing more. Then I found out that when I called his name he would come over to me."
Oh, such a heartwarming tale. I can't help but wonder though, ten years sleeping with some crocodile before they became buddies? Uh, not such a brilliant idea.
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