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Mystery surrounds fate of crocodile which has 'eaten more than 300 people'


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Mystery surrounds a giant man-eating crocodile which is said to have claimed 300 victims and has evaded capture for years - despite hunters' best efforts to stop him killing again. 

The 20-foot Nile crocodile, known as Gustave, has terrorised locals in settlements near Lake Tanganyika, Burundi, East Africa, for years and become part of local folklore.

It is unknown whether the beast, thought to weigh-in at a tonne, still lurks in the murky waters - although no evidence of it being dead has surfaced. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11449203/Mystery-surrounds-fate-one-tonne-crocodile-eaten-300-people.html

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3 hours ago, Eldorado said:

Mystery surrounds a giant man-eating crocodile which is said to have claimed 300 victims and has evaded capture for years - despite hunters' best efforts to stop him killing again. 

The 20-foot Nile crocodile, known as Gustave, has terrorised locals in settlements near Lake Tanganyika, Burundi, East Africa, for years and become part of local folklore.

It is unknown whether the beast, thought to weigh-in at a tonne, still lurks in the murky waters - although no evidence of it being dead has surfaced. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11449203/Mystery-surrounds-fate-one-tonne-crocodile-eaten-300-people.html

There was a movie about this crocodile. 

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Just now, jethrofloyd said:

Lake Placid?

Nah I think it was Primevil.

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Surprised such a popular animal like this wasn't tagged.

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