The owner of a crocodile farm in Australia said mating season started early this year thanks to the males being put into the amorous mood by the presence of military helicopters.
John Lever … said the bulls among his stable of about 3,000 crocodiles were sent into a mating frenzy when a Chinook helicopter came in low over the farm.
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He said one helicopter came in low to get a good look at the animals, and the result was a flurry of reptile romance.
"All of the big males got up and roared and bellowed up at the sky, and then after the helicopters left they mated like mad," Lever told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. "There's something about the sonic waves that really gets them stirred up."
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Hmmm… a Chinook helicopter? Methinks we'd better rename it a Chi-nookie!