Texas hunter catches man-eating crocodile on holiday

A U.S. hunter killed a 15-foot, 1,000-pound crocodile in Africa he called a "legend."

Garrett Wales of Texas was few days into his journey in Zimbabwe's Savé Valley when local residents saw a crocodile in an irrigation pond.

After many days of hunting, Wales and his crew found a Nile crocodile, which he subsequently called a "man-eating dinosaur."

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

Crocodiles and alligators are similar, however there are variances.

One is that crocodiles have more efficient salt glands, enabling them to thrive in saline marine conditions alligators can't.

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