Legendary "Man-Eating Dinosaur" Crocodile Caught in Texas

U.S. hunter kills 15-foot, 1,000-pound "legend" crocodile in Africa.Garrett Wales  was few days into his journey in Zimbabwe's SavĂ© Valley when residents discovered a crocodile in an irrigation pond.

Wales and his colleagues searched for days before finding the Nile crocodile he called a "man-eating dinosaur."

Nile crocodiles inhabit rivers, marshes, estuaries, and swamps throughout tropical and southern Africa and Madagascar.

There are considerable distinctions between crocodiles and alligators. Crocodiles have more efficient salt glands than alligators, enabling them to live in saline maritime conditions.

Crocodiles are widespread in the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Australia, whereas alligators are predominantly in North and South America.

"There was a rumour about a croc there, but no one had seen it," he claimed. Wales told Field & Stream that villagers used the pond to gather water and wash clothes.

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