Photographer captures giant python devouring a crocodile
Remember when you were a kid, and you'd play that game where you and your mates would argue over 'who would win in a fight'? Who'd win in a fight between Mario and Sonic? Or who'd win in a fight between Batman and Superman? (You know, before that awful movie ruined it?)
Well, that was also fun to play with animals. For example: who'd win in a fight between a giant tarantula and a giant wasp? Or who'd win in a fight between a giant tiger and a giant wolf?
But who would win in a fight between a giant snake and a giant crocodile? Well, believe it or not, we have the answer for you.
Man attacked by hiding snake as he rings his friend's doorbell:
Images have recently been shared on the GG Wildlife Rescue Inc's Facebook page showing an incredible battle of nature and survival between an Australian freshwater crocodile and an olive python. The pics were shared on June 1, and have already received tens of thousands of engagements.
The incredible (albeit, terrifying) photos were captured by Martin Muller as he was kayaking in Mount Isa, Queensland.
This is the shocking moment a woman was attacked by a python while she was sleeping:
The series of photos were captioned:
"Amazing pictures of an olive python Australis 2nd largest snake & Western Australia's largest having a feed on an Australian freshwater crocodile (crocodylus Johnstoni ) these pictures were taken by Martin Muller while kyaking . Mt Isa Queensland .
"Wow amazing nature, I love both these creatures & understand the need to eat."
GG Wildlife Rescue Inc. owner Michelle Jones spoke to the Daily Mail Australia about the images, and revealed how she also has two olive pythons as pets (WHY?!?!): "It's common for snakes to eat pretty much anything if they can fit it in their mouth."
Jones added that it is not uncommon for an olive python to eat a crocodile due to their ability to unhinge their jaw in order to make their bite larger.
Seriously, I'm getting serious flashbacks of my hungover girlfriend going to town on an all-you-can-eat buffet.
And there you have it - just one more reason why I'm never going to Australia.