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Wildlife photographer Tim Dreyman captured photographs of cannibal crocodiles feeding on their young ones in the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
The 10-year-old victim was torn to shreds within 3 hours.
Dreyman said, "During a severe drought, I always photograph these scenes."
On my arrival at the Okavango Delta Lake I found 64 crocodiles.
Shortly afterwards, they started preying on catfish, and then another large crocodile swallowed a small crocodile without warning.
It opened its jaws and closed them tightly above the victim's head, which did not show any resistance.
Then the killer crocodile disappeared under water, and in a few seconds, other crocodiles gathered to eat the small crocodile meal.
Nile crocodiles can live to the age of 60 and can weigh up to 1,650 pounds for adults.
When on land, they are known to be cannibals.
Africa's first and only source of caviar has been discovered in Madagascar. The island renowned for its exquisite wildlife and production of vanilla is now going to have another feather to its cap.
The global caviar market is projected to grow at 7% per year to around $560 million by 2025, according to Adroit Market Research, an Indian-based business analytics and consulting company
Talk of the global population reaching 10 billion by 2050 has been around for some time. Yet, this statistic actually hides the real source of this growth, and its implications. Only two regions — sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia — will contribute the lion’s share of this new headcount. Indeed, elsewhere
The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) is participating in the Food Africa-2019 within the joint platform of the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which includes 35 Emirati and Saudi companies representing more than 120 brands.
Emma Corrin even swapped her crown for a bonnet for the event.
‘We could keep the numbers down and do something that we love,’ says bride Lisa Higgins.
The media quoted Hori, 36, as saying that what prompted him to this strange routine of sleeping was that he found that 16 hours were not enough to achieve everything he wanted to do in one day, and to enjoy his life.
Frenchman Nathan Paulin embarked on a dangerous adventure in Paris on Saturday, after completing a 600-metre tightrope crossing between the Eiffel Tower and a building on the other side of the Seine, drew applause from a watching crowd in Paris.