Whoa, what a shockadile!
Brutus, 17-foot monster, rises from the Adelaide River near Darwin, Australia, to snack on a hunk of buffalo meat as fearless tourists look on during a "Jumping Crocodile Cruise." The saltwater crocs -- known locally as "Salties" -- are the largest such creatures in the world and often weigh up to 1,000 pounds.
And they're the animals most likely to dine on humans, according to NationalGeographic.com
Brutus may be big, but he's not the toughest beast underwater. He lost his right front leg -- to a shark.
Has anyone seen one up close?