Sunday, February 10, 2013

Biggest Salt Water Crocodile Dead

The world's largest saltwater crocodile eventually died in captivity in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province, Philippines. Giant crocodile is believed to be the source of death of people before being caught in 2011 and sent to a park that was built to accommodate the beast.

Crocodile was captured in September 2011 that sparked a big party in Bulawan. However, concerns also arise because there may still be another giant crocodile in brackish water and rivers where people catch fish.

This giant crocodile was captured using a trap with steel cable after being hunted for three weeks. This crocodile is believed to prey on a child and a fisherman in 2009. Water buffalo are also frequently preyed upon this malignant reptile.

Guinness Book world record officially recognized wailed as the largest saltwater crocodile in the world who live in captivity in 2012. According to the Guinness, the crocodile was 6.17 meters long and weighs a ton.

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