Philippine croc largest in captivity
GUINNESS World Records has declared that a huge crocodile blamed for deadly attacks in the southern Philippines is the largest in captivity in the world.
The giant reptile has brought pride, fear, tourism revenues and attention to the previously little-known town where it was captured last year.
Guinness spokeswoman Anne-Lise Rouse says the saltwater crocodile nicknamed "Lolong" measured 6.17 metres and weighed more than a ton.
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