Killer crocodile that terrorised Ugandan villagers is finally caught

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Uganda crocodile: Killer reptile caught in Kakira, Jinja A crowd gathers to look at a crocodile that was captured by the Uganda Wildlife Authority (Picture: AFP / Peter Busomokepeter)

An enormous crocodile believed to have killed and eaten four people from a Ugandan village has been caught.

The one tonne killer croc was captured by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) officials following a four-day hunt in Kakira village, in the Jinja district of eastern Uganda.

It was trapped with meat on a hook before more than 100 residents gathered to watch it being pulled on to the back of a pick-up truck, Ugandan newspaper New Vision reported.

This picture taken on March 31, 2014 shows residents of the Kakira village, in the Jinja District of eastern Uganda, gathering to look at a crocodile after it was captured by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) staff. AFP PHOTO / Peter BUSOMOKEPETER BUSOMOKE/AFP/Getty Images Residents of the Kakira village gather around the crocodile (Picture: AFP / Peter Busomokepeter)

‘Residents appealed to UWA to hunt the crocodile following the death of a resident from Kakira town council in Jinja district,’ said UWA official Sulani Tumanya.

The giant reptile is believed to have killed at least four fishermen…

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