Australian rangers trapped a 770-pound, 14-foot saltwater crocodile last Friday at a tourist spot

Last Friday Australian specialists caught a 770-pound, 14-foot crocodile. The goliath croc was found in the Flora River in the humble community of Katharine. The zone is a well known vacation spot. Aussie officers trust it’s the biggest crocodile trapped in the Flora River in five years.

The caught croc will join a reproducing program. Crocodiles in Australia have made a rebound since they were assigned as a secured animal types during the 1970s, and there are presently around 100,000 crocs in the Northern Territory.