I am a huge crocodile fan and my best pal is a massive snake fan and as kids, we would often argue what would win when it came to snakes and crocodiles. Well let us be frank I don’t really want to run into any of them and I think a crocodile would be a savage way to die.
This battle between these prehistoric beasts went on for a whopping 5 hours and as this incredible beast eats beast event took place on Lake Moondarra, near Mount Isa, Australia The locals could not believe their Aussie eyes.
The two rivals started down at the edge of the lake and the snake was able to use its long and strong body to coil itself tightly around the corcodile. The snake stayed like this for a long time and after 5 hours the snake became victorious.
A few Aussie locals watched the snake take a short rest before he ate the crocodile. I think the snake must have been knackered up his 5 hour long winded lunch preparation.
If you have ever watched any documentary about crocodiles and you wouldk then know that the only way anything will beat a crocodile is oif you can tire them out. This is the only way the snake stood any chance of of beating the crocodile. People watching the animals fight to the death said that both animals looked exhausted throughout the battle.
After the snake had finally won the battle it took him just 15 minutes to eat the crocodile whole!!!
After a lot of googling there appears to be a lot of debates as to what breed of snake this is but most experts are pointing their fingers at the Australian Scrub Python. This snake can grow to 26 feet in length and has been known to eat a wide range of massive victims. The only problem with this theory is that the scrub python is not a inhabitant of Mount Isa and nor does it have the same colourings. So the jury is well and truly out on that one.
Others are saying that the python in the video is an Olive Python and is native to the area and can grow to about 13 feet long.
According to an Amateur herpetologist named Charlie Goodman, he believes the snake is an olive python. This type of snake is native to the area and can grow 13-feet in length.
The crocodile was a freshwater crocodile and lives in the northern regions of Australia and lives on eating fish and other reptiles.