Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Largest Crocodile yet Caught?

  • Wedged animate after a three-week hunt, an supposedly 21-foot-long (6.4-meter-long) saltwater crocodile—the major crocodile ever wedged in the Philippines—is reserved on September 4, according to the Associated Press.

  • The 2,369-pound (1,075-kilogram) crocodile is supposed of aggressive more than a few people and murder two. The animal, named Lolong, survive capture and is being detained in a temporary field in the village of Consuelo, near Bunawan township (map).

  • Centralized wildlife official are annoying to confirm whether the reptile is the largest crocodile ever captured, Theresa Mundita Lim, of the Philippines' Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau, told the AP.
  • The Guinness Book of World Records lists a Largest Crocodile yet Caught?, Australian-caught saltwater crocodile as the major in captivity.

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