Skip to comments.Brutus the giant crocodile attacks shark in Australia
Posted on 08/06/2014 1:26:13 PM PDT by george76
Tourists in northern Australia have been left stunned by two fierce animals going head-to-head -- a massive saltwater crocodile wrestling with a bull shark in its jaws.
Brutus, who is thought to be about 80 years old and is missing a front leg and most of his teeth, is well known in the area, and the Northern Territory News described the battle as "Jaws v Claws".
Speculation is that the prospect of a fish dinner was tasty revenge for a croc that was thought to have lost his limb to one of the sharks who inhabit nearby waters.
"But from listening to other people, it was probably more likely a big crocodile (which took his front leg). But who knows? It was either a crocodile or a shark,"
(Excerpt) Read more at news.yahoo.com ...
It was a little baby shark —
I thought this was a Greg Norman thread.
I’m thinking a SyFy made-for-TV movie is coming up in the not-too-distant future.
“Based on actual events!!”
a baby shark and a really old croc
Doesn't really matter which one wins. The viewer loses.
Yep, the croc was many times larger. Good headline for hits though...
Well, there goes my screenplay idea!
LOLOL Only on SyFy.
“Titanic struggle” my butt. The little shark was only about 4 feet long.
“SyFy made-for-TV movie”
Here’s the pitch—”Crocnami!” A giant wave washes thousands of giant crocs inland and into a nuke plant, where they become radioactive...
That was probably photoshopped.
Any news item posted here from Yahoo should be banned, both for lack of news worthiness and their complicity in spreading Obama’s propaganda.
Based on actual events!!
Idea's not dead yet...just rip off the title for Sharknado and call it Crocnado. A hurricane causes a twister which sucks up giant crocodiles as well as sharks, Kraken, giant octopi, electric eels etc and deposits them right in the middle of Washington - where the crocs and the rest of the sealife battle each other with humans, politicians, and bureaucrats as casualties and food.
Maybe you should fill in the rest, it's your screenplay after all. :)
Send the Swamp people over there!
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