13-foot crocodile with unlucky smaller beast

Crocodiles are large reptiles that habitat the tropics of the Americas, Australia, Africa and Asia. Europe is the only continent that they don’t natively live in. Crocodiles are semi-aquatic and live in wetland areas, freshwater rivers or lakes, or saltwater – residing in estuaries, lagoons, or mangrove swamps, rather than far out at sea.

Crocodile eats younger croc in South Africa. Humans turning into cannibals may seem like the perfect script for an apocalyptic film.

But crocodiles don’t have to wait for the end of the world before a bigger croc comes along looking for an easy lunch.

This is exactly what happened to one 100kg crocodile who had the misfortune of coming up against a 900kg beast.

The reality of the ‘croc eat croc’ world was captured at Sunset Dam in Kruger National Park.

However, South Africa’s biggest game reserve will now be one crocodile short.