World's largest crocodile poops itself to death

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World's largest crocodile dies: Villagers in tears over Lolong's death in Philippines | Mail Online

An entire town was in mourning today after Lolong, the world’s largest crocodile in captivity – and a huge money-spinner – died in its man-made lake of a mystery illness.

The 21ft, one-tonne saltwater crocodile, which was captured less than 18 months ago by a team of brave men in the southern Philippines, was found lying upside down in its enclosure in an eco-tourism park.

Lolong, believed to be more than 50 years old, fell ill after swallowing a nylon cord about three weeks ago. He was left with nonstop diarrhoea, The Philippine Star reported.
 

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