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Walking back or following the path round you arrive at the Zoo section that holds all the animals they have here, along with the crocodile enclosures. I have to say these particular animals are  vicious it’s almost as if they don’t have a brain only killer instinct for feeding. The raised side steps are for feeding them pieces of chicken, again are purchased at the viewing area. You dangle the piece of chicken on a long string and stick and watch them feed. The guard rails never seem high enough. The children standing dangerously on the seats around taunting the crocodiles with the chicken. It does not bear thinking about anyone falling in. I cannot see anyone surviving if they did. They even fight amongst themselves to get to the small portions of food.
Some of the fenced in areas you can actually put your fingers through, it’s crazy, I feel another barrier should be positioned before the fencing of these enclosures. I remember some years ago on my first visit there. One person was holding onto the fencing, his fingers through the wire. I was shooting a video at the time. I could not help thinking he was either crazy, drunk or was just unaware of his fingers poking through  the fence with the Crocodiles in. I have never seen anyone move so quick when I made a snapping and growling sound, so I guess he must have known. I did say sorry but it was amusing to see, even all his friends laughed. Around this part of the park various animals and fishes are contained, such as Snakehead fish from the Amazon river, an albino bear, and other albino species such as horses, and crocodiles. elephants, tigers, white tigers, bears, several species of deer, Eastern Sarus cranes, emus, cassowaries, and ostriches can be found here, along with  Thepha fish, which is an endangered species in Thailand.
Halfway along this Zoo area you will find a beautiful landscaped lake.Walking across the small bridge to it there is a small cafe where you can buy refreshments. Also you can buy bags of pellets to feed to the fish. I say fish, these are Giant Catfish, the biggest freshwater fish in the world, some  weighing up to 500 kg. The average size you will find here are about 100 kg. Dropping your pellets over the barrier and watching them snake over each other in a feeding frenzy. The amount and size of them is amazing to watch. The staff at this cafe are very friendly, speaking quite good English, so sit down and enjoy your snacks here in this beautiful part of the park.
Walking back after seeing all the animals here in this Stone park you can journey up to the top of the waterfall again and view the gardens along the way to the top of the viewing point. This for me is perhaps the most picturesque part of the park area. I have taken many photographs and videos over the years spent visiting this attraction. Especially from this waterfall section. On a fine sunny day you could spend all day. Getting here is easy, many travel agents can book your trip. Songthaews, Taxis, hire cars can all get you to this 70 acre Stone Park and Crocodile farm which is only 20 minutes or so outside Pattaya centre.
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The Million Year Stone Park and  Pattaya Crocodile Farm and Zoo, Pattaya, Chon Buri Province.