The Danish krokodilleekspert and owner/director of the Crocodile Zoo on Falster, René Hedegaard, has been bitten by one of his crocodiles.
for The same reason he has been on sick leave from his work.
It informs the Crocodile Zoo on Facebook.
'Wednesday evening was René bitten in the arm by a dværgkaiman - that is, the smallest species of crocodile. It is nothing serious, but he will be on sick leave a few days yet', it appears of the spread.
'Quite like a carpenter may get hit himself with his hammer, is this also an option in our work.'
In the commentary track for the lookup are asked whether the crocodile will be punished. But it will be promptly rejected.
'It did just what any afraid the crocodile will do after a long journey, and so it went, unfortunately, slightly wrong answer there.
René Hedegaard himself has built the Crocodile Zoo from the bottom up. He first opened to the public in 2000.