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Megakrokodil in inhabited areas after years of manhunt caught

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DARWIN – A huge crocodile that inhabited the area in Australia roams, after a manhunt of at least eight years finally caught. The zoutwaterkrokodil of five feet long and 600 pounds, was a cage. On photos is to see how the animal is tied down on a trailer.

The beast is 60 years old, and the rest of his life on a crocodile farm to spend. The animal found himself recently more and more often in inhabited areas. Therefore, in 2010, the hunting of the crocodile open. It is one of the largest animals that ever lived in the northern region it was caught.

The largest crocodile that was ever caught was 6.4 meters long and was made in 1974 in the same area killed. In Australia life roughly to 150,000 crocodiles. Regular crocodiles from populated area removed. This year there were 190, especially smaller ones, caught.

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