Video: Meet South Africa’s oldest croc, 95-year-old Ramesis

The PheZulu Safari Park, situated in Botha’s Hill at the outskirts of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal of South Africa, is without a doubt a-must-visit-spot in South Africa.

The park is a pure haven for a rare safari ride, where one gets the opportunity to get up-close with several animals including giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and impalas.

The park also offers an educational tour of crocodiles, turtles, snakes and other wild reptiles.

It is the home of South Africa’s oldest crocodile, Ramesis. Ramesis aged, 95, is a Nile crocodile ‘married’ to a 45-year-old crocodile, Cleopatra.

Ramesis and Cleopatra are part of several crocodiles being kept at the PheZule Safari Park, which overlooks the Valley of a 1000 Hills, for tourism and educational purposes.

Apart from the crocodiles, PheZulu is also home to snakes and other reptiles. Some of the snake species includes, African Rock Pythons, Green Mamba, Black Mamba, Boomslang, Vine Snake, Puff Adder, Spitting Cobra, Rinkhals, Forest Cobra, and Egyptian Cobra.

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Story by Ghana | | Ernest Dela Aglanu (Twitter: @delaXdela / Instagram: citizendela)

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