We normally don't encourage travellers to have their picture with captured wild animals, but this is a different - and wicked - story. The crocodiles in the pond in Paga is considered sacred and have an unspoken agreement with the caretaker, that they will get a chicken, if they do not eat the tourists, who pose for photos with them. So besides the entrance fee, you also have to pay for a live chicken, which the caretaker will cycle down to the market to buy. Inside the enclosure the caretaker will lure one of the crocodiles onto dry land. You will then get placed at the back legs of the full size crocodile, while you have your photos taken. The crocodile seems to know the routine, for (thankfully) it doesn't move much. Well, that's until the photo session is over and the crocodile gets its reward. The chicken gets thrown in its direction and with lightning speed catch it and swallow it whole.