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Monday, 16 September 2019

The World's Largest Crocodile (14 Pictures)


Crocodiles are ancient animals that survive today. To become the world's largest crocodile, it needs large habitats and abundant food sources.  From time to time there must be new discoveries about crocodiles, there may still be some huge crocodiles out there that have never been seen. The picture below is one of the largest crocodiles in the world that has been captured. Most successful crocodiles are caught dying within months or years.

This crocodile is known as Puento Noire, one of the biggest animals that humans have ever encountered. These animals are rarely found, as their habitat is in remote coastal waters. It is about 17.71 feet or 5.39 meters in size. Due to its size, the animal is capable of eating larger prey than humans, including humans.

Gomek is a crocodile that lives in salt water, and has a very large body size of about 7.1 meters and is capable of growing. This crocodile weighs in at 1,114.27 kg. 
Gomek was captured by George Craig in Papua New Guinea. He was bought by Terri and Arthur Jones in 1985 and kept in Ocala, Florida, for five years before being sold to the Alligator Farm Zoological Park. Augustine in Florida. Gomek died of heart disease on March 6, 1997. At that time, the gomek was the oldest crocodile, and one of the largest crocodiles caught and survived. The last size of the gome is 5.42 meters.

Cassius is a saltwater crocodile previously recognized  by Guinness World Records as the world's largest crocodile in captivity in 2011. 

etapi lost the title in 2012, as there was a larger crocodile than Cassius.  Cassius has a body size of 5.48 meters long and weighs about 2,200 lb and is estimated to be over 110 years old. 

The crocodile known as Brutus is a mercury crocodile. Because it's so big and every month it gets bigger. 

The crocodile is estimated to be 5.5 meters long and weighs 890 kg. But this crocodile does not have enough features on its legs.

Lolong is the largest crocodile ever caught on the Bunawan river in the Philippine province of Agusan del Sur on September 3, 2011 
Lolong is a saline crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) that measures 6.17 meters in length and weighs 1,075 kg. Howl died on  February 10, 2013, at  8 pm in  detention  as a result  of inflammation of the lungs - lungs.

The Kalia crocodile comes from the Bhutanese Garden in the state of Orissa, India. This crocodile lives in salt water. And it is estimated that it weighs about 2000 kg while 6 meters long. The measurement accuracy can not be verified, and there is no longer a crocodile image Kalia, the above picture is just hiasan.- source

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