The crocodiles kept at the crocodile temple in Bangkok really need a change of water.
The unusual guests are found at Wat Chakrawatrachawat – nicknamed the Crocodile Temple – in the China Town area of Bangkok.
There are two smaller crocs, seen in the video in the concrete area, and two larger crocs in the murky green pool.
The reptiles are fed each day at 5pm by monks. They believe that taking care of the crocodiles is a virtuous deed that will bring them good luck in this life and the next.
Perhaps the monks could do the good deed of changing the water in their enclosure and fishing out some of the plastic rubbish in there.
That’s if they can find time to pull themselves away from receiving all the donations and alms from wealthy residents in the area.