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Crocodile attacks on humans are common in places where large crocodilians are native and human populations live. Only 6 of the 23 crocodilian species are considered dangerous to adult humans, and only individuals 2 metres (6.6 ft) in length or more represent a serious danger to humans, as smaller crocodiles are considered incapable of killing a human. However, even the smallest species can inflict painful bites requiring stitches. In addition, a small child may be of a similar size to the prey of some of the crocodilian species incapable of preying on adult humans.Crocodile Hunter BEST MOMENTS.
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The two species with the most well-known and documented reputation for preying on humans are the Nile crocodile and saltwater crocodile. Crocodile Attacks Man Real. Each year, hundreds of deadly attacks are attributed to the Nile crocodile in sub-Saharan Africa. Crocodile Attacks Compilation 2016. In New Guinea, Borneo and the Solomon Islands attacks by saltwater crocodiles often occur. The mugger crocodile is also very dangerous to humans, killing many people in India every year. The American crocodile is considered to be less aggressive. Only a few (unverified) cases of American crocodiles fatally attacking humans have been reported. The black caiman is also responsible for several recorded human fatalities every year within the Amazon basin and the surrounding regions. The American alligator is responsible for human fatalities, with most occurring in Florida.Crocodile Hunter BEST MOMENTS.
An accurate count of annual crocodile attacks on humans is difficult to obtain. Many of the areas in which humans and large crocodiles come into contact are remote, impoverished, or in areas of political unrest. Crocodile attacks are not always reported to local authorities, and some reports are difficult to verify. Nevertheless, some information does exist: for example, it was reported by CAMPFIRE in Zimbabwe that in the first ten months of the year in 2005 crocodiles were the number one cause of death in humans where wildlife was involved – with the number of deaths cited as 13.
Unlike other "man-eating" crocodiles, crocodile vs shark, such as the saltwater crocodile, the Nile crocodile lives in close proximity to human populations, so contact is more frequent. Although most attacks are not reported, the Nile crocodile is estimated to kill hundreds (possibly thousands) of people each year, which is more than all other crocodilian species combined. One study posited the number of attacks by Nile crocodiles per year as 275 to 745, of which 63% are fatal, crocodile attacks man, as opposed to an estimated 30 attacks per year by saltwater crocodiles, of which 50% are fatal. In both species, crocodile vs alligator, the mean size of crocodiles involved in nonfatal attacks was about 3 m (9.8 ft) as opposed to a reported range of 2.5–5 m (8.2–16 ft) or crocodile vs doflamingo larger for crocodiles responsible for fatal attacks. Since a majority of fatal attacks are believed to be predatory in nature, crocodile vs anaconda the Nile crocodile can be considered the most prolific predator of humans among wild animals.
The most deaths in a single crocodile attack incident may have occurred during the Battle of Ramree Island, on February 19, 1945, crocodile vs hippo in what is now Burma. Nine hundred soldiers of an Imperial Japanese Army unit, crocodile attacks zebra in an attempt to retreat from the Royal Navy and rejoin a larger battalion of the Japanese infantry, crocodile attacks human crossed through ten miles of mangrove swamps that contained saltwater crocodiles. Twenty Japanese soldiers were captured alive by the British, and almost five hundred are known to have escaped Ramree. Many of the remainder may have been eaten by the crocodiles, crocodile attacks lion, although since this incident took place during an active military conflict, crocodile attacks elephant, it is impossible to know how many deaths can be directly attributed to the crocodiles instead of to combat-related causes.

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