Checkout Lolong, the world's largest crocodile ever recorded in captivity

A saltwater crocodile caught in the Philippines is the biggest crocodile ever recorded in captivity, the Guinness World Records reported. 

Associated with assaulting a few people and murdering two, the monster reptile was caught alive in the Philippines' Bunawan municipality. 

The Guinness posting depends on information by specialists including crocodile zoologist Adam Britton, who estimated the monster in his home, the new Bunawan Eco-Park and Research Center. 

The past hostage record-holder was a 17.97-foot-long (5.48-meter-long) Australian-got saltwater crocodile. 

Furthermore, Britton noticed, the 2,370-pound (1,075-kilogram) Lolong may sizably affect crocodile protection in the Philippines.

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