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The Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo is the world's largest crocodile farm with over 100,000 crocodiles.
The Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm and Zoo is the world's largest crocodile farm with over 100,000 crocodiles. It is home to Yai, the world's largest captive crocodile measuring 6 metres and weighing 1114 kgs. There are crocodile wrestling shows daily on the hour. The zoo has other tropical animals such as hippos and elephants as well.
555 moo 7, taiban,Amphur Muang ,Samut Prakan, 10280, Thailand
+66 2 703 4891
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