A 15-foot saltwater crocodile was captured on Monday in a tourist-popular region of Australia, allegedly protected from reptiles, game wardens said. The 1965 pound predator was built around 185 miles from the English: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=167 The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife [http://www.catherine.gorge.org] is an important tourist attraction outside the City of Katherine said the authorities had been hunting the giant crocodile for a decade, said Ranger John Burke  "We've called it a lot of things over the years because it was so hard to catch," Burke said.
"In the files, this is the largest saltwater crocodile removed from the Katherine Management Zone," he said, referring to the part of the river where saltwater was Crocodiles are caught They come too close to the tourist areas.
Saltwater crocodiles are protected in Australia. Webb said the capture proved that the government program worked.
"It's worrying, but it's good that they have an active program and active traps," he said.
The crocodile was brought to a farm outside of Katherine, where it is likely to become the newest tourist attraction.
The Associated Press has contributed to this report.