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Oh Crap! Jaws of Death! Amazing Pics >Giant Croc Crushing Shell of Sea Turtle

Jaws of Death! Amazing Pictures of Giant Saltwater Crocodile Crushing the Shell of a Dead Sea Turtle... Before Strutting off With a Full Stomach

  • Ranger Dani Best captured the moment a saltwater crocodile fed on a dead sea turtle
  • The turtle was found on a beach at Garig Gunak Barlu National Park in the Northern Territory
  • According to Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife, the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle is a threatened species




Daily Mail UK, 19 December 2014


Amazing images have been emerged of the moment a mammoth saltwater crocodile shattered a dead sea turtle's shell out on a remote beach in the Northern Territory.



Ranger Dani Best first discovered the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle washed up on shore two weeks ago, killed by a ghost net.
She cut the endangered species out of the net and placed a wildlife monitoring camera, which captured a number of animals coming in for a free feed.

But the footage also showed the powerful pressure of a crocodile's bite as it crushed the outer layer of the turtle in order to gain access to the meaty goods.




Amazing images have been emerged of the moment a saltwater crocodile shattered a dead sea turtle's shell out in a remote beach in the Northern Territory





Ranger Dani Best first discovered the Olive Ridley Sea Turtle, which was killed by a ghost net, washed up on shore two weeks ago






Rangers cut the endangered species out of the net and placed a wildlife monitoring camera, which captured a number of animals coming in for a free feed






According to Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife, the sea creature is a threatened species



Ms Best was collecting rubbish along the coast at Garig Gunak Barlu National Park on the Cobourg Peninsula, east of Darwin, when she found the turtle - also known as the Lepidochelys olivacea.
According to Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife, the sea creature is a threatened species.
Crocodylus Park owner Grahame Webb said the forceful bite of a crocodile is about three tonnes.

'No other animal on the planet has a comparable bite force to a crocodile,' he said.

Ms Best along with other rangers cut the dead turtle out of the net then planted a camera to film Cobourg wildlife eating the deceased reptile.

Among those animals include the saltwater croc and a Beach Stone-curlew, which is a large ground-dwelling bird.




Ms Best was collecting rubbish along the coast at Garig Gunak Barlu National Park on the Cobourg Peninsula, east of Darwin, when she found the turtle - also known as the Lepidochelys olivacea






Crocodylus Park owner Grahame Webb told NT News the forceful bite of a crocodile is about three tonnes







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