The Nile crocodile is a spectacular survivor that has outlived the dinosaurs. Once feared and hunted, now they are revered and protected as they play out the rites they have practiced for 160 million years. This documentary follows a young female crocodile as she sets her sights on the largest male on the river; he makes the water dance as he attracts older, more desirable females. After days of waiting, her patience pays off, but her babies are vulnerable to the other crocodiles. Can they survive or did she bite off more than she can chew?