That's the same way we (attempt to) attract multitudes to our Raid the Rib event.
Wait, isn't that dangerous? Who knows what lies beneath the surface of the water! It's Canada!
Sometimes it's two moose, same as Norway. Other times, it's our shirtless prime minister. Maybe some soggy poutine. Nothing to be scared of, anyway - except for the poutine.
Probably not wise to try it in the Northern Territory - a place to take uncrossable water features seriously.
I was under the impression that pretty much everything in Australia is out to kill you.
Yes, but some creatures are more efficient at doing it than others. Crocodiles are definitely at the upper end of the efficiency scale in this respect (and snakes very much at the bottom).
Heard somewhere that 70% of crocodile attack victims in the Northern Territory were under the influence of alcohol at the time, which sounds quite plausible.