A massive 2,370-pound saltwater crocodile has been captured in the Philippines, and it only took a team of 30 men 21 days to catch it.

The crocodile was caught in Bunawan Township and dozens of villagers and several veteran croc hunters helped hunt the 21-foot crocodile. Once caught, it took 100 men to pull it out of the water. Local reports say the croc has been seen feasting on water buffalo and is suspected in the disappearance of several local fishermen, including one who went missing in July.

An EcoTourism park is being built and the croc will find its new home there, helping people understand nature, the environment, and wildlife. It may also help people to find out if this one sets a world record.

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