See The World Prolific Man-Eater 'Crocodile' That Was Captured.(Photos)
There are a lot of animals in the world today. They are classified into two groups. We have domestic animals which are the ones that lives with us, while the wild animals are the ones that are dangerous, so they live the forest.
A big crocodile has been captured by Ugandan wild life officials. The crocodile is named as Osama. This crocodile is called the world prolific man eater. According to the report, the Crocodile has killed over 100 people on Lake Victoria.
50 men was hired to captured this giant killer crocodile that weighs about 1 ton in size.
Some people reacts on social media that the giant crocodile should be killed after killing over 100 persons, while some people said it should be blamed for it nature, that it should be caged in the zoo.
See more photos of the Killer crocodile known as Osama;
It was posted on twitter by Africa Fact Zone;
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