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Workers put ice blocks on to the remains of the 6.17 metre (20.24-foot) saltwater crocodile named 'Lolong' on February 11, 2013, in the town of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. The world's largest saltwater crocodile in captivity has died in the southern Philippines, 17 months after it was captured and displayed in a small pond, his caretakers said on February 11. AFP PHOTO/Erwin Mascarinas (Photo credit should read ERWIN MASCARINAS/AFP/Getty Images)
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Workers put ice blocks on to the remains of the 6.17 metre (20.24-foot) saltwater crocodile named 'Lolong' on February 11, 2013, in the town of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. The world's largest saltwater crocodile in captivity has died in the southern Philippines, 17 months after it was captured and displayed in a small pond, his caretakers said on February 11. AFP PHOTO/Erwin Mascarinas (Photo credit should read ERWIN MASCARINAS/AFP/Getty Images)
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Workers put ice blocks on to the remains of the 617 metre saltwater... News Photo 161437727Animal,Block,Crocodile,Horizontal,Human Interest,Ice,Meter,Mindanao,Moving Activity,Occupation,Offbeat,Philippines,Province,Remains,Saltwater,Town,VetPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPWorkers put ice blocks on to the remains of the 6.17 metre (20.24-foot) saltwater crocodile named 'Lolong' on February 11, 2013, in the town of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur province on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao. The world's largest saltwater crocodile in captivity has died in the southern Philippines, 17 months after it was captured and displayed in a small pond, his caretakers said on February 11. AFP PHOTO/Erwin Mascarinas (Photo credit should read ERWIN MASCARINAS/AFP/Getty Images)