A 15ft saltwater crocodile eats a shark on the Wildman River, Northern Territory, Australia

A 15ft saltwater crocodile eats a shark on the Wildman River, Northern Territory, Australia

The tour boat came across a bull shark being munched by a Saltwater crocodile, which then scurried back into the muddy water with its catch. Description from metro.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The tour boat came across a bull shark being munched by a Saltwater crocodile, which then scurried back into the muddy water with its catch. Description from metro.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Giant Crocodile Eats Bull Shark In Front Of Tourists  Read more at http://www.grindtv.com/surf/giant-crocodile-eats-bullshark-in-front-of-tourists/#UqlhkouwoxCLI2b6.99

Giant Crocodile Eats Bull Shark In Front Of Tourists Read more at http://www.grindtv.com/surf/giant-crocodile-eats-bullshark-in-front-of-tourists/#UqlhkouwoxCLI2b6.99

Number 6 on Australia's deadliest animals list -  The Salt-water Crocodile - Crocodiles are highly publicised for viciousness and aggression, along with looking scary, it is probably a surprise they are further down the list than you may have thought, this is because there are very few deaths per year - The longest croc ever measured and verified was 6.4m (21ft). It could have weighed more than 1000kg. In Australia, there are unverified reports of crocs up to 8m.

Number 6 on Australia's deadliest animals list - The Salt-water Crocodile - Crocodiles are highly publicised for viciousness and aggression, along with looking scary, it is probably a surprise they are further down the list than you may have thought, this is because there are very few deaths per year - The longest croc ever measured and verified was 6.4m (21ft). It could have weighed more than 1000kg. In Australia, there are unverified reports of crocs up to 8m.

Australia ~ A Light Lunch - If a 5.5 meter crocodile eating a bull shark isn't intense, then I don't know what is. This croc is actually known on river tours as Brutus, and is distinctive for his immense size and his missing right forearm.

Australia ~ A Light Lunch - If a 5.5 meter crocodile eating a bull shark isn't intense, then I don't know what is. This croc is actually known on river tours as Brutus, and is distinctive for his immense size and his missing right forearm.

Brutus is one of the many saltwater crocodiles living in the Northern Territory, tourists are often 'overawed' by the giant creatures

Brutus is one of the many saltwater crocodiles living in the Northern Territory, tourists are often 'overawed' by the giant creatures

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