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Monster Crocodile Lunges From Water Near Tour Boat [VIDEO]

Brutus the Crocodile
Katrina Bridgeford/Rex Features

If the size of this crocodile is any indication, these tourists are going to need a bigger boat. An 18-foot, 2-ton monster crocodile was photographed leaping from the water near a tour boat in Australia, ‘The Early Show’ reported.

The croc is known locally as Brutus and was enticed by a tour guide offering kangaroo meat on a pole. The reptile is a star attraction among river tours that run through the Adelaide River.

The amazing photo was taken by Katrina Bridgeford, who was on a cruise with her family. Look closely, and you’ll notice that Brutus is missing a front leg, which was allegedly lost during a shark encounter.

[The Early Show]

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