Question: What is the biggest crocodile in the Philippines?

What is the largest crocodile ever?

Lolong has hit the big time—at 20.24 feet (6.17 meters) long, the saltwater crocodile is officially the largest in captivity, the Guinness World Records announced recently.

Is there a croc bigger than lolong?

The Philippine specimen would easily dwarf the largest captive saltwater crocodile, which the Guinness World Records website lists as Cassius, a 5.48-meter male which lives at an Australian nature park. …

Are Philippine crocodiles aggressive?

Philippine crocodiles do not attack people unless provoked, and are no man-eaters,” van Weerd says. “The reputation of the saltwater crocodile as a dangerous animal, however, and published accounts of saltwater crocodiles killing people, also influences the public opinion about the Philippine crocodile.”

Is alligator skin bulletproof?

They are lightning-quick, instinctual to attack, and can sense movement in the water with their acutely tuned senses. However, this thick skin is hardly safe from bullets. … Alligator skin is definitely not designed for bullet protection and shooting a bullet at it will puncture a hole right through!

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