Residents of the Tiwi Islands off the coast of the Northern territory of Australia has knitted a huge crocodile that was hunting rare turtles, and had a photo session with him. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
James De Santis (De Santis James) and his son Harry De Santis to Yunupingu (Harry De Santis Yunupingu) was able to catch a five-meter reptile.
“He destroyed all our masonry rare olive Ridley turtles. They are on the verge of extinction, so my son took to carry it,” said De Santis.
Father and son shot the Gator with a harpoon, tied his jaw and moved it to another part of the island. In the process of catching a predator, they took pictures. One of them, James climbed into the back of a crocodile and holding the rope tied around the mouth of a reptile. On another photo Harry swims next to a huge crocodile.
Earlier it was reported that in the Indonesian province of Riau on the island of Sumatra killed a four-metre saltwater crocodile-eater who attacked the fisherman. The predator attacked the 55-year-old man and his friend when they were installed on the river tackle for fishing.
Video, photo All from Russia.