A video captures the terrifying moment a man wakes up surrounded by crocodiles trying to force their way into his tent.
Dramatic footage showed the shocked camper as he met with the predators lurking in the dark of night.
A herd of green-eyed crocodiles was filmed lurking outside a camper’s tent.
In a clip shared on Tiktok, the man mocks the terrifying experience as the green-eyed crocs prowl outside the makeshift abode.
He jokingly captioned the video, “For those who asked how the camp was.”
In a second video, he showed the flattened tent as his friends turned on lights before the group of marauding reptiles.
With an audible chuckle, he wrote, “Camp didn’t work out so well. To clear doubts.”
The Brazilian user, known as eageltrinadade, then shared the ordeal with his 1.1 million followers, as many reflected on how the group escaped the beasts.
“They took over the camping trip,” quipped one before a second chimed in, “How did they get all these gators?“
A third user simply said, “That’s a lot of monsters out there.“
Others, however, were stunned by how calm the group remained after the alligator invasion, with one user admitting he was “freaked out” just watching the footage.
The terrifying clip comes after twin sisters, who battled a terrifying 7-foot crocodile in Mexico, revealed they both face post-traumatic stress disorder after their horrific experience with the reptiles.
Sisters Melissa and Georgia Laurie, both 28, were among a group of tourists who were taken by a dishonest tour guide to swimming in a lagoon last June.
But unbeknownst to them, the marsh was a nesting ground for crocodiles. Melissa bravely confronted a killer reptile when her sister was attacked.
Melissa, who now has an eight-inch scar on her abdomen from surgery, told the British newspaper The Sun on Sunday, “I remember screaming underwater.”
“And at the time my mind was racing because I thought I was going to die. I thought I would never see my family or my sister again.”Melissa Laurie
Georgia, bitten on the arm, recalled the ordeal in vivid detail. “It doesn’t feel real. It’s hard to believe I actually slapped a crocodile in the face and saved my life. I dream about crocodiles or Melissa in pain at least once a week“.
In July 2022, tourists from Colorado, United States, were attacked by a crocodile on Bocanegra beach in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, western Mexico, when they entered the water unaware of a nearby threat.
Also in Mexico, in March 2022, a crocodile attack was reported in the Bacalar Lagoon in the southern zone of Quintana Roo, Mexico. At around 5:30 p.m. on March 27, a family of tourists from Mexico City was swimming in the lagoon when the attack occurred. The crocodile was estimated to be nearly 5 feet in length.