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Giant crocodile seeks children at Panorama rec centre

A giant croc has taken over part of the pool at Panorama Recreation Centre.

Panorama’s new resident crocodile is of the large, inflatable variety, and measures 16.2 metres long by four metres high.

Nicknamed “Spike,” the inflatable floating croc a back that resembles an obstacle-course with hoops to jump through. Children can climb its neck and slide into the pool off its nose.

“Spike” is at Panorama from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. daily during March break, March 19 to 25.

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