After seeing a video of a floating tarantula and seeing photos of a spider eating an opossum, I was officially scared of all creatures with more than four legs. This is until recently, when new pictures of an animal with no legs appeared on the Internet and made the above arachnids look like children's toys.
GG Wildlife Rescue has fed photos of an olive python feeding on a freshwater crocodile, reinforcing my belief that nature is fearsome.
In the pictures taken by a kayaker in Queensland, Australia, the snake (the second largest in the country, FYI) literally swallows the whole crocodile. To put this into perspective, this crocodile species can grow up to two meters long and weigh up to 200 kg. And the python had no trouble eating it in one bite.
Here, the python has already swallowed about half of its prey.
And there goes the rest!
Yes, that's the tip of the crocodile's tail.
As you can see, the body of the crocodile is still completely intact … inside the snake.
Is not the wildlife … wild?