Australians Trap Huge Croc With Hay Bales, Garbage Bins

The 12-foot-long reptile was eventually captured by wildlife officials and relocated to a crocodile farm.
0:42 | 01/03/17

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So crocodile in Australia. Got a little more they bargained for when he tried to Sunday than somebody's backyard. Phone I think it's huge so they managed. You contain his gigantic twelve foot drop. Not good fun answer even explore certain net. The garbage bins and a kind of Q hey bill very creative Denton Australia. And they managed to just keep in their peacefully and the wildlife experts were able to show up and relocate him while that so that's how you came. I just wonder how they everyone to work together but I. I got an idea. This is miss this is shorter work it. I think would have been kept I wouldn't let that thing keep roaming.

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