How to subdue a stray crocodile [Amazing Photo of the Day]

Last week we saw photos of the ‘Death Cage’, a tourist attraction where people get inside a pool with a crocodile. Today we have another crocodile photo to share with you. This one, however, is a bit different. This one will help you figure out what to do if a crocodile ever roams free in your neighborhood. Check it out:

duct_tape_really_is_for_everything

So now that we know duct tape is strong enough to keep the mouth of a crocodile shut…

I’ll give you three guesses as to where the above photo is of.

[via Telegraph]

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  • David Roper

    It’s about 1/2 of the length it should be. Either by other Crocs or manmade.

  • Mongoplus

    Is it me or is there something wrong with it’s lower jaw???

  • johnmw1

    Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife ranger Dani Best poses with a four-metre saltwater crocodile that was caught in Darwin Harbour, Australia

    You can read the fully story at http://www.nollywoodone.com/latest-additions/9238-snapped-up-wildlife-ranger-poses-next-to-terrifying-13ft-crocodile-after-snaring-it-in-australian-harbour.html

  • DrTszap

    @thegreenwizard:

    Sorry Mate, That’s a Croc (from Darwin Harbour). “Ain’t she a beauty?” (Dani Best that is… *g*)

  • thegreenwizard

    Yep , it’s an alligator, not a crocodile. The crocs do not have a round smile ( nose).
    Send from the country of the Gators, Florida.

  • David Roper

    The boys on TV who capture Alligators to relocate (not kill) use 3 or 4 wraps of black electrical tape, and they do not knock off the bottom jaw which would prolly kill if left to eat prey. However that being said I would have done exactly what happened except I would have emptied 10 bullets into its head just to make sure. Bullet into brain equals death.

  • Mario

    If I’m not wrong crocodiles do not have very much strength to open their mouth, while having a lot of strength to close it.