Krys replica at LEW Henry Park Normanton, Queensland
At first glance, I thought this humongous croc was one of Australia’s curious “Big Things”, like the Big Gumboot in Tully, the Big Mango in Bowen or the Big Barramundi in the Outback, all of which we saw during our road trip . There was no doubt about its menacing immensity, but Krys, the Savannah King was actually a life-sized replica of the largest saltwater crocodile ever caught in the world. It was shot by Krystina Pawloski, a female school teacher, on the banks of Norman River in Queensland Australia in 1957.
Now I wonder whom I should be more scared of
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