So long, Lolong: World's biggest crocodile dies2/11/2013
Lolong, the world's largest saltwater crocodile, has passed away from complications arising from having swallowed a length of nylon cord. He died surrounded by loved ones at the Bunawan Eco-Park and Research Center in the Philippines, where he lived in an enclosure since being captured in 2011. The 2,370-pound crocodile was almost 20 feet, 3 inches long, and was officially recognized as the world's biggest crocodile in July last year. Lolong, who will be remembered as a savage brute of cartoonish proportions, was loved by all who knew him. Well, except for those couple of folks he may have eaten. And their friends and family members. [Source]
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