If you're a thrill seeker, remember to add a visit to the Crocosaurus Cove wildlife park to your bucket list.

One of the featured attractions at the park in Darwin, Australia is the aptly-named, "Cage of Death," where visitors can swim with crocodiles while inside an acrylic tank.

As you can imagine, the 360-degree view is a sight to behold.

Those brave enough to jump in will have the chance to be inches away from the large reptiles, so this isn't for the faint of heart.

According to the park's website, each diving session lasts 15 minutes, with the option to have one or two people swim inside the tank. And the experience doesn't come cheap; it's $125 for a single person and $190 for two.

While it may seem a little frightening, it does give you the chance to take a pretty epic selfie.

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