Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Giant Crocodile Captured in Agusan del Sur

A 21-foot long 2375 pounds giant crocodile was captured from a river in Barangay Era in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur early morning of Sunday. Officials of the the said town are planning to make it as a tourist attraction in a planned eco-tourism park.

It took the hunters about three weeks before they finally captured the giant crocodile which the experts believed as the largest crocodile ever captured alive in the past years. Although the crocodile killed a water buffalo as witnessed by the villagers last month, experts said that there's no traces yet to believe that the giant crocodile also ate the missing fisherman.

Photo courtesy of Bunawan Vice Mayor Sylvia B. Elorde /www.sunstar.com.ph/davao




4 comments:

wenn said...

wow..so big..

nice A said...

yeah, soooo big and so scary! can't imagine staying in that area. just the thought having giant crocs around may haunt me all the time.

chubskulit said...

Parang he can easily gulp me hahaha, ang lakiiiii!

kimmy said...

that thing really got me scared, lol! left you a KI$$, girl! hope i get one back, thanks!

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