Top Biggest Crocodile Ever Caught

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List: Top Biggest Crocodile Ever Caught

05. Puento Noire Crocodile -

This nameless enormous crocodile has been attracting many rumors but in fact, this hostile monster from the Nile was killed near Puento Noire, the Republic of Congo as a result of safety operation. Its estimated size was 5.4 meters or 17 feet and 8 inches.

04. Cassius The Crocodile -

Cassius is a male saltwater crocodile recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world's largest crocodile in captivity. The animal measures 5.48 meters (18 ft 0 in) in length, weighs 2,200 pounds (998 kg) and is estimated to be more than 100 years old.

03. Brutus the Crocodile -

The 5.6-meter crocodile pictured with a bull shark between its jaws a few days ago has made international headlines and become a reptilian celebrity.
But this is not the first time the beast called Brutus, has attracted international attention. Photographs of him lifting his one-tonne frame out of the Adelaide River in the Northern Territory to gnaw at some kangaroo meat during a 'jumping crocodile' tour made headlines in 2011.
The giant crocodile is known on the river tours for his huge size and the fact that he is missing his right foreleg – believed to have been torn off in a fight with a shark.

02. Lolong the Crocodile -

The biggest crocodile in captivity recorded in Guinness Book of World Records was Lolong, measuring 20.25 ft (6.17 m).

Lolong died in captivity at around 8 pm on 10 February 2013, due to multiple organ failure caused by the stress of how he was kept in captivity, not captivity itself.

01. Gustave the Crocodile -

Probably not the biggest ever recorded, but this large man-eater crocodile named “Gustave” is definitely the most feared beast ever. It is a large male Nile crocodile from Burundi, and is rumored to have killed as many as 300 humans from the banks of the Ruzizi River and the northern shores of Lake Tanganyika!
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Honorable to mention:

- Papua New Guinea Giant Crocodile

Another seemingly authentic notable New Guinea giant, which drowned after entanglement in a fisherman's net in 1979,

A huge male saltwater croc had gotten his teeth tangled in the hand-made rope net and drowned. It took 50 men to haul the giant croc out onto the bank and when they cut it open there was a whole rusa deer in the stomach. The skin had been salted and rolled up. The total length was 6.20 meters or a little over 20 feet long! with a skull length of 72 cm (28 in). Since it was already a bit dry it might have been a few inches longer.

- India's Giant Crocodile A big croc, killed in 1926 on the Dhamra River, India was said to have been 23 feet long, close to seven meters. The huge skull is the only remaining evidence and at 78 cm from nose tip to back of occiput appears to be the largest saltwater croc skull in India and one of the top three in the world.

- Philippines' Giant Crocodile

"In 1823, a huge saltwater crocodile was killed near the town of Jalajala in Laguna de Bay. It measured 27 feet (8.2 m) from the tip of its snout to the end of its tail.
Approximately weighing 2 tonnes, this giant croc was said to be as heavy as a bull hippo. Too big was its size that it actually required the help of 40 men to bring its body ashore. Upon dissecting, people were shocked to discover the body of a horse cut in 7 pieces."
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