Giant Crocodile ‘Dominator’ That Leaps from the Water + Video

Crocodiles are fascinating creatures that have existed on Earth for over 200 million years. These apex predators are vital to the ecosystem and play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of nature.

What are the largest Crocodiles in the World?

Humans have been fascinated by these reptiles for centuries, but nothing could prepare the world for the discovery of the biggest crocodile ever captured.

Brutus – Over 18 Feet (5.5 Meters)

The crocodile was named after the Roman emperor because of his size and ferocity. Brutus is estimated to be over 18 feet (5.5 meters) in length and weighs over 2,200 pounds (1,000 kg).

Cassius – 17 Feet 11 Inches (5.48 Meters)

The crocodile lived at Marineland Melanesia on Green Island, Queensland, and weighed over 2,200 pounds (1,000 kg). Cassius died in June 2021 at the age of 112.

Gustave – Estimated Over 18 Feet (5.5 Meters)

Gustave is rumored to have killed over three hundred people as a Nile Crocodile in Burundi.

Lolong – 23 Feet 3 Inches (7.01 Meters)

Lolong earned his place in World Records as the largest crocodile ever recorded (of course, in captivity).

Meet the Giant Dominator

Dominator is a saltwater crocodile that was captured in the Philippines in 2009. He measured at 18 feet and 3 inches long and weighed over 2,000 pounds, making him one of the largest crocodiles ever recorded.

See it Jumping out of the Water

It was found in the Philippines and wights more than a metric ton. It was famous for jumping out of the water (video in next slide).

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