All dads are diverse in creation, just as they are in people. Someone plays them right after they are born, or runs away to other types to avoid creating a family. In the case of alligators, the mother is generally responsible for the offspring, from the time she lays the eggs until she transfers the kids in her jaws to a safer location. Ghanians are not your typical alligator. This species is on the verge of extinction.
The Glacial is fast and in water, but it doesn’t like going out on land, where it becomes clumsy and can only move by crawling due to its bony hips and strong body. The small toothed lips, perfect for fishing, are not suited for defense or assault.
Ghanians, like other alligators, are unable to move hatchlings from the beach to protected areas by carefully concealing them between their jaws. Then the shark’s father appears.
He transfers all his young – small lizards still unable to swim on their own – to the refuge on his back. Dhritiman Mukherjee, an Indian cinematographer, was able to capture a unique image. He likes to spy on wonderful and moving events in the creatures of his own country. He claims he wants to draw humans’ attention to endangered creatures by showing them through our lens.