A crocodile for the Soviet Circus was injured Tuesday after the company’s accountant fell on it. Fedya, a two-meter long crocodile, was feared for dead after the 260-pound accountant toppled over as the circus’s bus took a sharp turn through the arctic north. The clash left Fedya vomiting in shock for three hours, but he appears to be doing better. In fact, circus director Vassili Kolos said he is set to become the star of his own Russian program. Meanwhile, the accountant suffered only minor injuries and has been scolded for not wearing a seatbelt.