Monster Monday: Man-Eating Super Crocodile Caught in Uganda, Weighs in at One Ton
By: Jodi Westrick
This picture taken on March 31, 2014 shows residents of the Kakira village, in the Jinja District of eastern Uganda, gathering to look at a crocodile that was captured by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) staff. AFP PHOTO / Peter BUSOMOKE
In late March, a one-ton crocodile was caught in Uganda, according to ABC News.
According to reports, the crocodile, believed to be about 80 years old, had terrorized residents of the town and is thought to be responsible for one death and several other maulings.
It was transferred by truck to Murchison Falls National Park in Lolim, Uganda.
Learn more about another super-crocodile caught in the Philippines.
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