Maybe don't white water raft in Uganda.
Damn I hate having upstairs neighbors.
I'm not a rafting expert, but isn't the general idea to keep the paddles in reasonable proximity to the raft?
If you get a chance watch Kadoma
"Kadoma" was a nickname for Hendri Coetzee, a legendary South African kayaker who had explored some of Africa’s wildest rivers. In December of 2010, American pro kayakers Chris Korbulic and Ben Stookesbury followed Coetzee into the Democratic Republic of Congo for a first descent of the dangerous Lukuga River. Seven weeks into the expedition, tragedy struck. Coetzee was paddling tip to tail in between the other two men when **a fifteen-foot crocodile surfaced silently and swiftly pulled him underwater. He was never seen again**.
Now go back for the paddle.
That's not very white whitewater, so he doesn't even need that paddle.
Who the hell would white water raft in Africa?! Jesus...Talk about a bad decision.
Everyone should of thrown their paddle at the croc
*waits patiently for a poor photo shop of knuckles face*
Is this species predisposed to be more aggressive? Around my neck of the woods they are a bit skiddish around humans, unless it's a mother with a nest nearby or someone's been feeding it(and associating humans with a food source).
Why didn't they pour gasoline on themselves - isn't that alligator repellent?
Hey Jim, I'm gonna need you to go rescue that paddle. It won't stay afloat forever so, um, could you get to it?!
damn it JR, thats the 3rd paddle this week
can you imagine if the croc locked his jaw onto the paddle that guy was holding?
Quickly throw all the oars at it so we can be stranded here!