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Wildlife authorities in the Philippines say they have captured a 21-foot-long, 2,370-pound saltwater crocodile from a public area of city and it is thought to be the largest creature of its kind now in captivity on the whole planet.<
6th Sep 2011: A Giant CROCODILE has been caught in PHILIPPINES today this is the largest ever captured crocodile it was captured alive its weight would be around 1,075 kilograms and its lenght is 6.1 meter. It is a salt water crocodile.The
Giant crocodile captured in Agusan del Sur in the Philippines in a creek in the Philippines by villagers who had lived in fear of it for more than 20 years. Mayor Cox Elorde of Bunawan township, Agusan
A heavy crocodile has been captured by the residents of a Philippine village. This 21-foot, one-ton male was captured in a creek and is found in several years. They plan to make the monster the star of a new local park. He
Philippines (AP) — Relieved Filipino villagers threw a fiesta when they captured a one-ton crocodile, with about 100 people pulling the feared beast from a creek by rope then hoisting it by crane onto a truck. The party may have been premature.
It took three weeks, but eventually the crocodile "giant" who wandered the town of Bunawan (Southern Philippines) was captured. The specimen, 6.4 m-long and weighing 600 kg per day had terrorized residents assaulting some of
It was a real huge big catch – weighing nearly one ton, it required nearly 100 villagers to pull it out of the creek in Agusan. The 21-foot http://www.australiazoo.com.au/our-animals/amazing-animals/reptiles/?
Skooter reporting 09/06/11 A one-ton saltwater crocodile was captured by villagers and experts; they planned to make it the star of a planned ecotourism park in Agusan del Sur province, Philippines. The
A giant crocodile weighing in at 2,370 pounds or 1075 kilograms has been captured in the Philippines. The 21 feet or 6.4 meter long male crocodile was caught by dozens of village locals and crocodile farm staff along a creek in
Philippine officials say they are hunting for an even bigger crocodile after capturing a 20-foot (6.1-meter) reptile that could be one of the biggest ever caught. Villagers and veteran hunters ensnared the saltwater crocodile over the weekend after a