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A fisherman has unveiled his horrific encounter with a & # 39; devil crocodile & # 39; who missed part of his upper jaw because he had eaten half of his face (the large teeth of the crocodile at the bottom of his jaw grew so large that he pierced the upper jaw before he fell off part of it)

Visser describes the terrifying moment that a crocodile is so mutant that it has been scammed and has given up its own FACE to its boat

  • Visser told about a frightening encounter with & # 39; devil croc & # 39; in Kakadu National Park
  • Alex Julius had fished with friends when he met the 4.5-meter-long beast
  • The crocodile missed a part of its upper jaw after the animal had eaten half of its face
  • Julius said he was not afraid of sight because he regularly saw crocodiles in the area
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A fisherman has unveiled his horrific encounter with a & # 39; devil crocodile & # 39; who missed part of his upper jaw because he had eaten half of his face.

Northern Fishing Author, Alex Julius, said he came one meter away from the frightening 4.5-meter-long beast while fishing in Kakadu National Park on Wednesday.

& # 39; I pulled under this large shady tree for lunch as this b **** y large crocodile is charged about 100 meters away on the other side of the lagoon & # 39 ;, he told Daily Mail Australia.

Mr. Julius was in his five-meter boat with his two friends – one of them had been visiting from the Interstate.

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A fisherman has unveiled his horrific encounter with a & # 39; devil crocodile & # 39; who missed part of his upper jaw because he had eaten half of his face (the large teeth of the crocodile at the bottom of his jaw grew so large that he pierced the upper jaw before he fell off part of it)

A fisherman has unveiled his horrific encounter with a & # 39; devil crocodile & # 39; who missed part of his upper jaw because he had eaten half of his face (the large teeth of the crocodile at the bottom of his jaw grew so large that he pierced the upper jaw before he fell off part of it)

& # 39; It was very cold and we were the only boat on the water & # 39 ;, said Julius.

& # 39; The crocodile was charging us. I've never seen anything so fast. His tail swung in the water from left to right. & # 39;

The experienced fisherman admitted that he had wrapped a crocodile on his boat, his eyes looking straight ahead, and that the diabolical beast could have seen it as a bigger rival.

& # 39; It was clearly something territorial. When it got closer and saw that we were not moving, it just went down, & Julius said.

& # 39; Then, 10 minutes later, the weather surfaced, but much closer. & # 39;

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Mr Julius said he realized that the crocodile was missing the upper half of his jaw.

& # 39; His large teeth stuck out. It was very intimidating and it kept an eye on us.

& # 39; You could see his eyes. It also lifted its back out of the water. When they do, they say, "I am harder and taller than you." & # 39;

Julius said his friend – who has worked extensively with crocodiles – had explained to him the simple reason why the crocodile was missing a part of his jaw.

& # 39; Sometimes these crocodiles pierce their upper jaw with the two large dagger countries on their lower jaw.

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& # 39; The teeth will come through the top of the jaw and sometimes part of it will fall off.

Northern Fisherman writer, Alex Julius, said he came a few meters from the frightening 4.5-meter-long beast while fishing in Kakadu National Park on Wednesday

Northern Fisherman writer, Alex Julius, said he came a few meters from the frightening 4.5-meter-long beast while fishing in Kakadu National Park on Wednesday

Northern Fisherman writer, Alex Julius, said he came a few meters from the frightening 4.5-meter-long beast while fishing in Kakadu National Park on Wednesday

& # 39; That certainly gave it a bad look. & # 39;

A fearless Mr. Julius said it was not uncommon to see crocodiles and that he and his friends were not afraid of anything.

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& # 39; The general theory is that the reason why crocodiles do not attack people in boats is because they consider it one big animal.

& # 39; They also have a soft stomach, so if they jumped up and landed on the boat, they would probably bleed. & # 39;

The trio took the time to finish their lunch before they entered the boat and left the monstrous crocodile alone.

As to whether he wanted to play enough to return to Kakadu National Park, Mr. Julius said it would be sooner or later.

& # 39; Seeing that crocodile has probably encouraged me to go back.

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& # 39; It is always good to see such things in the wild. That is a real experience.

& # 39; He was very territorial and we were in his part of the world. If any of us had fallen into the water, he would certainly have accused us and prepared a meal. & # 39;

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