Man Found Dead Inside Crocodile in Northern Queensland

Man Found Dead Inside Crocodile in Northern Queensland

…By Babatunde Lucas for TDPel Media. A man has been found dead inside a crocodile after disappearing while fishing with his friends in a remote area of northern Queensland, Australia.

The incident occurred at Kennedy’s Bend, which is known to be a habitat for saltwater crocodiles.

After a two-day search for the 65-year-old fisherman, Kevin Darmody, the police euthanised two large crocodiles and found human remains inside one of them.

The identity of the remains has not been confirmed yet, but the police have called it a tragic end to the search for Mr Darmody, who was an experienced fisherman and a well-known member of the community in Cape York.

Crocodile Attacks in Australia

Crocodile attacks are rare in Australia, and Mr Darmody’s death is only the 13th fatal attack recorded in Queensland since 1985.

Despite a ban on hunting since 1974, Queensland’s crocodile population has rebounded to around 30,000 today.


Under the state’s management program, “problem crocodiles” are removed from areas where they threaten public safety and, in rare instances, euthanized.

Analysis and Commentaries

Crocodile attacks in Australia are rare, but they do happen.

Saltwater crocodiles can grow up to 23 feet long and weigh more than a tonne, making them formidable predators.

Although the man’s death is tragic, it is also a reminder of the dangers of living in an environment where such creatures exist.

The incident is a warning that people must take precautions when entering habitats that are known to be home to dangerous animals.

Queensland has a large population of saltwater crocodiles, and the management program is designed to ensure that human populations can coexist with them safely.

The program’s goal is to protect public safety while ensuring that crocodiles continue to play a vital role in the ecosystem.


Despite the program’s best efforts, the crocodile population has rebounded significantly in recent years, and there are concerns that this could lead to more dangerous encounters between humans and crocodiles.

This tragedy highlights the importance of wildlife management programs in Australia and around the world.

These programs play a crucial role in ensuring that humans can live in harmony with wildlife while protecting public safety.

By managing wildlife populations, we can prevent dangerous encounters and preserve the ecosystem for future generations.


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