Holy handbags, Batman! This is one huge reptile! Lolong, shown above, is the largest saltwater crocodile in captivity. He was captured by local townspeople in a remote southern Philippines town near Manilla. Apparently it took over 100 townspeople to subdue the giant brute who was later confirmed to have taken down local water buffalo. EEEEEEEK! Lolong currently lives in a new ecotourism park and research center in the outskirts of Bunawan and has drawn thousands of visitors. Here’s the stats:
Age: Estimated at over 50 years
Length: 20.24 feet
Weight: 2,370 lbs.
Conclusion: Lolong, the world’s largest crocodile weighs more than me, and he’s scarier too!
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The Fat Chick