We’ve found yet another reason to not visit Australia. If you weren’t up for the snakes that eat bats or the hornets so big they eat spiders, be warned the snakes are actually so big they eat crocodiles:
Travis Corlis, managed to capture the epic battle between a python and a croc at Queensland's Lake Moondarra, near the mining town of Mount Isa, Australia.
Admittedly the crocodile was only a baby being one metre in length but the struggle was impressive enough so much that Tiffany said, “We were sort of thinking that the snake had bitten off a little more than it could chew”. Ultimately the beast with no legs one and the crocodile was suffocated by the python’s death grip.
We've actually seen this kind of battle a few times before, notably this anaconda versus alligator from the Everglades. This Aussie python managed to drag a walleroo up a cliff and this one just wasn't that smart at all.
One last one, it's not just Australian pythons you have to watch out for, this python from Bali ate a cat and then threw it up!