A homeless man from the Mexican city of Tampico entered forbidden waters and was eventually eaten by a hungry crocodile.
The tragic event happened in Laguna del Carpintero, a place where areas for aquatic practices have been banned.
Exactly, due to the presence of the Mexican crocodile (Crocodylus moreletii) in these regions. ATTENTION: STRONG PICTURES FOLLOW!
The images of the attack were taken by a woman who was on one of the shores of the lagoon. Man on the left and animal on the right.
According to the newspaper El Heraldo de México, the crocodile was about 3 m long.
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Witnesses claim that the homeless man went into the water to take a bath and was realized within seconds that he was being chased by the huge animal.
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The emergency service was called. However, it was too late
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The team was only able to surface the remains of the victim, who was between 50 and 60 years old. He had injuries to his neck, chest and one of his arms.
But it’s not always hunter’s day. In Costa Rica, beachgoers used a towel and string to tame a crocodile. Keep understanding!
Beachgoers in Dominical, Costa Rica, caught a crocodile with just a towel and a piece of string.
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According to British tabloid Mirror, the giant reptile arrived at the scene after being rejected by the species’ females.
The arrival of the animal, just over 2.4 m, startled the local bathers
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However, the frustrated male did not resist the height when attempting to catch it.
He simply rolled from side to side in the face of human attack.
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This futile movement caused him to tangle in the towel thrown at him by one of the men trying to contain him.
From there the crocodile could be contained…
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…and fully mastered
When the reptile was delivered, beachgoers mounted it to tie its mouth with string.
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According to local reports, he was taken to a safe area. Costa Rica officials reported that sightings of crocodiles and alligators have increased by 27% over the past two years off the country’s Pacific coast.
Meanwhile, in Australia, another crocodile was scolded and pushed after chasing two adventurers. See below!
The crocodile above has seen better days in Australia’s Northern Territory. After chasing down two adventurers who had invaded his habitat, the big guy ended up being verbally abused and punched in the muzzle.
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The confusion was chronicled by Matt Wright, a crocodile expert best known for the program he presented on the National Geographic channel.
Matt and his partner Tommy Nichols attempted to clear some logs from the water that were impeding navigation of the site.
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Something incomprehensible and unacceptable for the reptile, who insisted on turning to the specialist
“I’ve worked with crocodiles for over 20 years,” Matt told NT News, “this is the first crocodile I’ve seen behaving like this.”
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Since the animal did not retreat, the man had no choice but to nudge it on the snout.
Despite the ease in handling the situation, Matt was reminded of how dangerous this animal can be.
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“The saltwater crocodile is the most aggressive in the world and is responsible for many deaths,” he said.
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