Experts who captured a big crocodile stalked it for three weeks. The 21-foot, 600-kg seawater crocodile may very well be the largest one ever caught in the Philippines.
Project director Ronald Nuer of the Bunawan Municipal Council said that it took them 21 nights to snare the behemoth which, to the alarm of those who captured it, twice freed itself from the restraining ropes before it was finally tied down. Then it became aggressive three times.
Nuer pointed out that according to the Palawan Wildlife Conservation Center which helped capture the crocodile, it is a male.
Those who had carefully built to tame a frame around the reptile kept his eyes on every movement of the tail and snout of the crocodile.
Residents were to conquer the reptile, but no more than Luciano Auxtero that’s the crocodile that ate his sister missing believed relieved.
According to experts, the collection of large crocodiles in the wild is justified when there are reports that these animals have attacked humans or animals.