Terrifying footage has captured a crocodile carrying the body of a dead child across a river before delivering it to local fisherman. Find out what happened.
The crocodile is minding his own business before the fisherman starts to torment it. Find out what happened next.
Is it or isn't it? New footage has emerged in the search for a crocodile spotted off Queensland's coast but rangers insist it isn't a croc. Read more here.
A Daintree tour operator thinks we'll see more and more crocodiles in southern Queensland as populations return to old habitats. Find out more.
Locals rushed to help capture the massive animal in an incredible rare scene for the island. Watch the hair-raising footage.
The 'traumatised' family are warning others to be careful at the popular park, saying a child could be next.
GRAPHIC WARNING: The dad suffered large gashes to his head and underarm while trying to fight off the beast.
A photo of a seemingly innocuous setting in the Northern Territory provides further evidence as to why there are fears another fatality is just around a corner.
The Queensland man has warned locals and tourists to stay 'vigilant' before deciding to take a dip. Find out what happened.
After a WA fisherman was bitten on the head by a crocodile this week, video has emerged of possibly the same crocodile lunging at another boat.
Cahills Crossing is known to have crocodiles lurking in the water – yet tourists continue to risk their lives. Watch the footage here.
What looks to be a stunt by PETA or Banksy actually has a more straightforward explanation. Find out more.
Tourists at Cahills Crossing have been condemned for getting too close to 'Kakadu’s fiercest predators'.
A local man in Townsville has made a gruesome discovery just metres from a large crocodile. Find out what happened here.
Without missing a beat, the beast raged toward the crocodiles circling him with the hope he would be their next feed. Watch the video here.
Authorities have killed another crocodile, and Queensland MP Bob Katter wants more culled. But could removing them be actually adding to the danger?