A crocodile with a taste for pet dogs has finally been caught in northern Australia. The crocodile was pulled from a river bank in a remote part of the Northern Territory and had, according to police, eaten nine dogs in the last month.The 4.4-metre (14.5-feet) crocodile was trapped at Daly River community, about 225km (139 miles) south of Darwin, where it was terrorising residents and animals, the Northern Territory News said.
A rep for Australia's Northern Territory made sure the crocs wouldn't bite the Commander in Chief. Read Post
Australian police are searching for a seven-year-old girl feared taken by a crocodile while swimming with her family in a remote part of the country's Northern Territory.The child was reported to have been taken at a waterhole in Gu... Read Post
A 14.5-foot-long crocodile that may have eaten up to nine pet dogs has been hauled out of a river in Australia. Community police officer Mark Casey told Australia's Northern Territory News that there had been nine reports of dogs be... Read Post