Crocodiles are specie known for their aggressiveness, but this is not the case in the township of Paga. This petite township in northern Ghana, lying right alongside the perimeter of Burkina Faso, is where a few of the meekest members of this scary killer specie exists. Their home is the Paga Crocodile pool, roughly 44 km from Bolgatanga, the provincial capital. They swim merrily in the waters of this pond at the side of adolescent kids even as their moms wash clothing on its banks. There have been no reports made of anyone being hurt by any of these crocodiles.