Killer Crocs


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© Paul Goldring

In Uganda, Giant man-eating crocs have killed dozens of villagers living near Lake Victoria. These beasts have become accustomed to humans and now prey on them, even capsizing fishing boats. On an all-new episode of Dangerous Encounters, Brady Barr goes on a mission to help end this reign of terror and trains a local team of rangers to capture crocs for relocation. After several days of training, the team heads back to the village, hoping they are well prepared to handle these one-ton man-eaters.

Dangerous Encounters: Man-Eating Crocodiles premieres Tuesday at 9P et/pt on Nat Geo Wild!

Video Preview: “Becoming a Man-Eater” — Brady and a team of trappers attempt to capture a giant crocodile.

Comments

  1. neil clipper
    January 23, 2011, 10:25 am

    good work braddy bar save the locals and save the croc’c but i cant help thinking is a bit defeating i mean surely its all about natural selection and in the wild kingdom the crocs need food they have been around for thousands of years, humans are in there enviroment after all.
    Will the crocs not just come straight back to their natural home?
    if so would it not be easier to rehome the villagers?
    neil clipper 

  2. ElaineHamilton
    January 24, 2011, 12:54 pm

    i agree ^^ , this is there land , not ours . but i do relize how moving an entire village would be extremeley hard! crocs are scary though ! im glad they relocated them for the villagers , but thats seem really risky !

  3. EddieCaballeros
    February 6, 2011, 7:34 pm

    well god made humans to have power over animals and ruling over them. so i think animals supose tobe remove. no humans

  4. TotoDiras
    April 3, 2011, 9:29 pm

    you cant chose from both crocs or people to be relocated coz they would be coming back for foods. if the crocs eat people why not teach those people to eat crocs too. that way we can control the crocs population at the same time give foods on the table on that starving village.

  5. honey boo boo child
    February 6
    February 6, 2013, 9:50 am

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