Images of Crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur

These are just some of the original images taken by my sister, Wee, and posted on her Facebook account album of the crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.

This is the anterior or facial part of the crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur but only covered with dried banana leaves.

Lengthy body of the crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.

Showing the dorsal or back part of the crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.

Left posterior leg of the crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur.

The crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur is in fact one of the largest crocodiles in the world. Before it has been captured by authorities in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur, it has already caused the death of a carabao and a child.

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Images of Crocodile caught in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur — 16 Comments

  1. I hope they set it free afterwards.. It would be really sad if they killed it, and okay, it ate a carabao and a child, but still, it’s only doing what it’s supposed to do.. Steve Irwin is crying at the sight of a croc being man-handled..

    • actualy the croc did not eat the child and the carabao. but both are dead due the wounds and being drowned. i guess the croc is just being distured and lost their natural habitat including their food chain due to illegal fishing in the area like electric fishing and small size fishing nets. hopefully, the experts will look for the couse not only the effects. the crocs in agusan marsh is a regulator, if we are going to remove them the whole balance of nature will collapse. agusan marsh is the fresh water regulator in caraga region as catchment area. if the basin will not be able to hold the water during rainy season the low laying town along agusan river and butuan city will we erase from the map of the philippines.

      • Oh it’s great to hear that he didn’t eat the child, although so sad that the child had to die.. 🙁 Still, I don’t think the croc should be held in captivity, it was only acting the way it should be, and crocs are known to be territorial, the carabao and the kid were just in the wrong place at the wrong time..

  2. omy gudness…that is super huge. I’ll share it in facebook as my hubby will be interested in it. i felt horrible when i heard a friend of my husband, a 2 year old just lost her right hand and foot because of a riding mower a few weeks ago, how much more to a story like that that it ate a carabao and a child?

  3. This ain’t related to the topic but directed to the photos inserted. In as much as we want to protect IP of the photo by adding watermark, I believe placing them that it distorts the image, just add more harm to your cause.