Dismembered body of crocodile found on Queensland beach shocked people
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service said staff were unable to determine the cause of death
The vet estimated he was at least 30-40 years old
Canberra, In Australia, people were shocked after the discovery of the headless body of a crocodile. The corpse found separated from the body of a crocodile on the coast of North Queensland has surprised people. It is not an easy task for anyone to separate the head of the crocodile which separates the organs of the hunters from its powerful jaws. Local people believe that such an animal exists among them which is more powerful than crocodile. So powerful that it ripped the head off a 13-foot-long crocodile.
According to local media in Australia, a four-meter-long giant headless crocodile was found last week on secluded Cow Bay Beach, about 30km north of Port Douglas in the Daintree Rainforest. The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service said staff were unable to determine the cause of death. According to the institution, the crocodile, which was missing its skull, was too decomposed to carry out an autopsy. Because of which he was buried.
Meanwhile, some locals believe there could be an act of retaliation after recent crocodile attacks on humans spiked on the Queensland coast between Port Douglas and Cooktown. However, some locals suspect that another crocodile decapitated the giant animal. Vets estimated he was at least 30-40 years old and an apex predator. Let us tell you that according to the DES 2020 report, due to hunting for skins in Queensland, crocodiles have come back from the brink of extinction since the 1970s. But they are still listed as a vulnerable species by the DES under the State Nature Conservation Act of 1992.
Keywords: Australia, Crocodile, corpse
FIRST POST: April 22, 2023, 5:00 p.m.