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Australia Legendary Aussie crocodile wrangler captures monstrous five-metre predator that had been eating cows on an Outback property

04:51  01 december  2019
04:51  01 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An Australian crocodile wrangler has captured and relocated a five-metre croc that was preying on a farmer's cattle.

Matt Wright, host of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler,' posed for a grinning photo with his wife Brooke next to the restrained crocodile.

He said the crocodile, affectionately dubbed Rex by his fans, was 5.1metres long despite missing a huge chunk of its tail.

Mr Wright revealed the aggressive crocodile had to be moved to a safe new home as it had been eating cows on the Northern Territory property.

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Matt Wright (pictured right), the host of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler,' captured a 5.1metre crocodile that had been killing and eating cattle© Provided by Daily Mail Matt Wright (pictured right), the host of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler,' captured a 5.1metre crocodile that had been killing and eating cattle

In the photo, the crocodile is seen on a trailer with a blanket covering its face and duct tape tightly wrapped around its mouth.

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Hardened Australian croc wrangler Matt Wright got a big fright when a five metre , 500kg behemoth named Otis Otis was more animated than a larger 800kg croc the Outback Wrangler pictured on his social The death of a spearfisherman in March has also been blamed on a four-metre crocodile .

Despite having a rather narrow snout, preys on a wide variety of vertebrates, including large Crocodiles have a palatal flap, a rigid tissue at the back of the mouth that blocks the entry of water. The longest crocodile captured alive was Lolong, a saltwater crocodile which was measured at

Its tail and mouth are also secured by rope and body is placed on top of an old mattress to ensure it does not harm itself during the relocation.

Mr Wright uploaded a video of the crocodile as it was being released on his own property.

Mr Wright said he did the work because he wanted animals and humans to coexist.

'When there is a problem crocodile threatening people or livestock, I am often called in to catch and relocate the croc to a new home out of harm's way,' Mr Wright said.

He said relocating crocodiles allowed them to live a long and happy life instead of being destroyed.

'This also means I can continue bringing people out to see these magnificent animals up close and personal so they can learn more about this unique species and the importance of their existence.'

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a group of people posing for the camera: Mr Wright said the crocodile had been killing and eating livestock in the Northern Territory, but the farmer contacted the croc wrangler so it could be put in a safe. new home.© Provided by Daily Mail Mr Wright said the crocodile had been killing and eating livestock in the Northern Territory, but the farmer contacted the croc wrangler so it could be put in a safe. new home. a man riding on the back of a reptile: As soon as they remove the tape and the blanket after relocation, the croc opens its massive mouth and rolls its body off the trailer, startling Mr Wright© Provided by Daily Mail As soon as they remove the tape and the blanket after relocation, the croc opens its massive mouth and rolls its body off the trailer, startling Mr Wright

People on social media were shocked by the size of the crocodile.

One person said: 'I'm sorry. What the actual f***?

Another joked: 'That’s a straight-up dinosaur.'

'Yeah. That f***er escaped from Jurassic Park,' wrote a third.

Matt Wright is a helicopter pilot and wildlife relocator who is also the star of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler' and his new show, 'Monster Croc Wrangler.'

The series follow Mr Wright throughout his numerous adventures in the Australian Outback where he encounters and captures large animals.

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