It's a croc-eat-croc world out there.
As you can see from the photo, this saltwater monster is no slouch. Its enormous size means he eats big meals, and this freshwater crocodile was in the wrong place at the wrong time. It shows no kindness to its distant relative and decides he looks more like a quick meal than a friend.
When a man's got to eat, a man's got to eat.
The helicopter floats above and films what looks to be one of the largest crocs you have ever seen. You can tell its sheer size by the width of the crocodile's head and tail.
Filmed by HeliSpirit, the helicopter was over the Ord Rover in Kununurra, Western Australia, while they saw the battle taking place--that is if you would even call it a battle.
The saltwater and freshwater crocs can both survived in the same waters, despite having names that would make you think otherwise. So, seeing the two interact in the same waters is not unusual, but it doesn't change the fact that this is some incredible footage.
"Swim in the river," they said. "It's safe," they said. If there are creatures the size of a vehicle in waters, you can count me out.