The heron is a bird that has a certain relationship with storks due to the similarity in appearance and behavior. The blue heron is also one of the animals worthy of attention because the number of individuals of the species is having unstable fluctuations year by year with a worsening trend.
But herons are also a very fearless predator when they can choose an extremely scary animal to become their prey, which is the crocodile. A blue heron hunts very hard, and it very attentively searches for prey according to the slight fluctuations of the water right under their feet.
Combined with a sturdy beak and powerful attacks, the blue heron always finds ways to capture its prey in just one attack. Crocodiles are no exception when blue herons have caught and killed many baby crocodiles when catching fish. The baby crocodiles, of course, cannot pose a great threat to the heron.
The heron is agile, seeing a prey swimming in the area under its feet, it quickly drops its beak and grabs the prey. But when I caught it, it was a baby crocodile. The baby crocodile is too small to harm the heron, so it is also very calm and eats its prey like other fish.