Another giant crocodile found in the coastal area of Simunul in the island of Tawi-Tawi, Philippines.
This large semiaquatic reptile found this year can be considered second to Lolong with the measure of 6.17 m, and weighed 1,075 kg, and considered the largest crocodile in the country while the measure of the newly discovered crocodiles is 18-feet, weight was not yet officially determined as of posting.
In Asian countries, this giant reptile is usually found in tropical areas like in the Philippines and is now considered endangered species yet harmful when it is found in the crowded areas.
A certain Grace Nuka took to her Facebook account and shared video of a crocodile while it was transported by a truck to carry the crocodile to be turned over to the tourism office of the province.
Similar video footage also appeared on Facebook account of Krystian Mufti with the date on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 the same scene recorded in the video.
“OMG, Isang dambuhalang buwaya natagpuan sa taytay beach,bakong simunul tawi-tawi
The video garnered mix reaction from social media considering that the netizen was thinking that the crocodile is a “buwaya” in Tagalog linking to the “buwaya” in the government especially in the senate and congress.
Here are some of the netizens comments: