Epic moment, a huge crocodile devours a cow floating in a river in front of a boat full of American tourists
- A fisherman from Cairns found a four-meter-long crocodile that fed on a cow
- Kim Andersen accompanied two Americans on a fishing trip when they saw it
- He filmed the crocodile that devoured the cow that he drove into the Daintree River
A sport fishing guide has recorded the moment a huge crocodile devoured a whole cow for two awesome American tourists.
Kim Andersen, from Cairns, took the two Alaskan men over the Daintree River on Thursday morning when he saw the four-meter-long crocodile.
He told Daily Mail Australia that his passengers had “awe” for the beast.
A fisherman from Cairns recorded the moment when a crocodile (photo) chewed in a floating cow while taking two Alaskan men on a fishing cruise across the Daintree River
Andersen said he led the two men, Lloyd and Michael, on a fishing trip when they saw a cow floating beside the green leafy river banks.
The fisherman began to record the meeting and heard a joke saying, “A free-swimming cow on the Daintree River.”
Andersen told Daily Mail Australia that a “croc was submerged, then grabbed the cow and went into a death death roll.”
“He swam away with a big piece,” the guide said.
The video showed how the huge crocodile dived out of the water and wrapped its jaws around the cow’s belly.
One of the tourists joked: “The cow has an interesting swimming technique.”
The Americans were treated to an authentic Daintree experience when the monster reptile bit a “big piece” out of the cow, while cicadas in the background chords.
“Now he is swimming away from it,” the tourist remarked.
The video then showed the crocodile retreat and dived back into the dark river.
As it pulled out of sight, Mr. Andersen said, “That’s a hefty croc.”
The video showed how the powerful jaws of the crocodile bit a large piece of the cow