I visited a crocodile park, and some of the crocs seemed to react to my talking to them in surprising ways. Im not used to crocodiles and now I'm curious to know, how crocodiles communicate with people. The thing is, I'm an animal lover, and so I talked to the crocodiles telling them how beautiful and cute they were. I gave them the regular crazyness "oh you're so cute, oh, what a nice pond you have"..About 6 crocs came to me and all of them were resting there in front of me, staring at me at the same time-- they were very relaxed. One of the crocs suddenly looked at a flower in front of her and started biting it, lips almost closed, she then looked at me again. This moment was very surprising to me!! It was as if she was aware of my admiration and wanted to get my full attention (you know, like dogs do when they show you their bellies). SO my question is, is it possible? Or am I just imagining things? Did all those crocs react to my talking to them, because they wanted to eat me, OR because they enjoyed the interaction? Are they capable of that? My questions may seem stupid, but I would so appreciate it, if someone could enlighten me as I havent been able to get any info on this. People really do not know much about crocodilians. Does someone have a pet croc and seen this kind of behaviour?