The story starts with three young men (at first I was pondering, are they siblings or companions?) leaving their home amidst the night to go to some kind of zoological safeguard, sneak in past a gigantic and lethal crocodile (like straightforwardly through the animal’s territory) keeping in mind the end goal to take some crocodile eggs from the office’s nursery.
Things being what they are, it appears just as it’s a shouting to the Lewis Teague ’80s film, Alligator the expectation is to bring forth the eggs and keep the subsequent items as pets? I presume. Obviously, the scrawnier of the three young men is ungainly and falls prey to the goliath reptile. We hop ahead 15 years, and one of the young men; Tim (Andrew Lee Potts) and his better half Lucy (Laura Aikman) returns (having initially left this little English town to get away from the memory of his dead confidant) to assume control over his perished father’s stone-working business.