This is not your everyday wildlife sighting.
An enormous crocodile lumbers across the road in Kruger National Park, South Africa, with a warthog casually hanging from its jaws.
Jump to 1:18 to see it get up and lumber off, showing the full extent of its size:
Although fish and smaller vertebrates form the greatest part of their diet, full-grown adults can potentially take a wide range of large vertebrates, including antelope, buffalo, young hippos, and large cats.
With an average life span of 45 years in the wild, they have plenty of time to reach the size necessary to take down larger prey. Africa’s largest can grow up to 20 feet!