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This crocodile wanted steak for dinner!

What amazing footage of a huge crocodile that obviously wanted steak for dinner.  Sights of this nature really put the power of the reptilian monsters in perspective.  Its not the thought of the croc killing the cow but managing to pull it into the water and taking it where it wants to feed.  Wonder how many steak dinners the cow provided for the old croc?  Watch the drone footage of the beast hauling its meal downriver!

“While out for a day’s Barramundi fishing in the Kimberley in Western Australia, a YouTube user by the name Trip In A Van captured a crocodile estimated to be 16 to 20 feet in length swimming with a snack in its jaws.”

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“The snack would turn out to be a huge full-grown cow that the croc seemingly snagged from off the river bank. The angler spotted the scene and instantly got a camera in the sky to take a closer look.”

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