A fisherman lost his catch to a crocodile in the Northern Territory, Australia. Luke Robertson cast a line into the crocodile-infested waters near Cahill’s Crossing on the East Alligator River and snagged a 30-inch barramundi. However, just as he was about to pull the catch out, a 13-foot crocodile gave a chase and stole the fish.
“It was the biggest croc we’d seen down there,” he said. Robertson decided it best to give up his catch. Cahill’s Crossing is one of Australia’s most dangerous river crossings known to be a feeding ground for saltwater crocodiles, according to NTNews.