Giant Crocodile Lolong reaches a length of 6 to 17 meters. He lives in captivity and is thus officially a huge crocodile, as reported by Guinness World Records in July.
The news of this reptile has become one of the top 10 news of the year, according to the publication National Geographic.
After Crocodile was accused of an attack on the people and the murder of 2 people, the giant has been caught in the Philippines in September 2011, and placed in a nursery.
Guinness World Records lists based on information provided by experts. In this case, a zoologist Adam Britton measured the beast in his new home, eco-park and research center Bunavan.