Capturing the world’s largest “swamp killer”, opening his stomach to surprise anyone


Mandy Stoke’s family in the town of Thomaston, Alabama, USA took more than 10 hours to take down the world’s largest alligator. When the abdomen was opened, everyone in the audience fell apart.

Mandy Stoke’s family in the town of Thomaston, Alabama, USA took more than 10 hours to take down the world’s largest alligator. When the abdomen was opened, everyone in the audience fell apart.

After moving the crocodile with a crane, they measured it to be 4.8 meters long and weigh 460 kilograms. Previously, an alligator 4.2m long, weighing nearly 400kg in the state of Texas, USA was recognized as the largest crocodile in the world.




Mandy said, from the crocodile’s thigh bone, he guessed this crocodile was about 24-28 years old.

Then, they and the carcass shop owner Ken Owens butchered alligators and found unimaginable things.

They discovered an almost intact deer carcass and a lot of animal bones in the crocodile’s stomach.




The remains of the “monster” after skinning are hundreds of kilograms of meat. The Stokes family uses most of it for charity. The crocodile skin is then transported to a nearby tannery.

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