Thank you DHK for the information on this!

(which weighs one ton and is 21ft long)

About 100 people had to pull the crocodile to a clearing
'It was big enough to swallow three men all at once,' says local mayor


By Oliver Pickup and Richard Shears
UPDATED: 19:53 EST, 6 September 2011


It weighs one ton and is believed responsible for eating at least one fisherman, but this monster crocodile has finally been caught by 100 very cautious men.

Measuring 21ft from snout to tail, the massive creature is the largest crocodile captured alive in recent years.

The beast was caught, after a three-week hunt, in a creek in the Philippines by villagers who had lived in fear of it for more than 20 years.

Its nearest rival in the monster stakes is Cassius, an Australian salt-water crocodile which measures a 'mere' 18ft - and which is still on the loose in the Northern Territory.

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