A massive crocodile weighing one tonne has been caught by villagers in a remote area of the Philippines. At 21ft (6.4m), it is thought to be one of the biggest ever caught alive.
After destroying four traps, hunters caught the crocodile in one made from steel cables. About 100 people from Bunawan township joined together to pull it to a clearing.
It is now being kept in an area of the town where an eco-tourism park is planned. It will become the star attraction, and officials say they hope it will turn it “from a threat into an asset”.