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After Eating Schoolgirl, Biggest Saltwater Crocodile In Captivity 'Died Of Stress'

By Xindi Wei writing for GB News

Lolong’ was the largest saltwater crocodile in captivity. He died because of ‘fungal infection’ and ‘stress’ two years after being captured. The corpse is so big, it needs 18 people to move it around and it's being preserved in the National Museum of Natural History in Manila, Philippines.

Before being captured, Lolong was believed to have swallowed a fisherman who vanished from the town of Bunawan. And it's also thought that Lolong might have bitten a 12-year-old girl's head off, and consumed her body.

Read the full article at GB News