A saltwater crocodile with an unlucky prey animal in its mouth walked across the road before a park ranger at Northern Territory’s Kakadu National Park, footage from January 14 shows.
According to the post from the park, crocodile traps were placed around the swamp after the crocodile was seen near the Mudjinbardi Outstation Causeway, close to a popular fishing area. Signs were placed around the causeway for fishermen and visitors to be aware of the reptiles.
There are roughly 10,000 crocodiles in Kakadu, making up 10 percent of all the crocodiles in Northern Territory, according to the park. Credit: Kakadu National Park via Storyful