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Rick

"...The number of saltwater crocodiles has dramatically increased across northern Australia since commercial hunting was banned in the early 1970s.

From a low point of about 5,000, there are now estimated to be up to 85,000 in the Northern Territory alone, with tens of thousands more in neighbouring Queensland and Western Australia.

About a dozen people have been killed in crocodile attacks in Australia in the past 20 years..."

If we don't start thinning out their numbers now, the beasts will swarm into the cities to eat environmentalists!

Shane Ponting

hehe, who needs "Alien vs. Predator" when you've got this!

usabikes

Back in '84 I was riding a motorcycle around the Eastern States of Oz and in Brisbane the local paper had an article about the capture of a 36' (or maybe 40') long Salt-water croc in the harbour.

12 metres! Sheesh.

Shoot 'em all and let God sort 'em out I say ...

Ned

What about Zombie versus Shark?

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