Gentle Giants Or Dangerous Predators?

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Lolong Crocodile

Lolong was the largest crocodile ever recorded in history. Twenty feet and three inches long, Lolong was a saltwater crocodile captured for study in the Philippines in 2011. He is no longer alive, but he certainly left his mark on humanity. It is suspected that Lolong is responsible for eating a fisherman, as well as a twelve-year-old girl whose head was found two years later. Yikes.

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