An enormous 18ft long crocodile is suspected of killing six people off the shores of Lake Victoria in Uganda.
The man-eating crocodile terrorized the concerned locals, who demanded that wildlife officials do something and hunt it down.
The latest victim believed to have been killed by the beast is a local fisherman and father of two Bosco Nyansi, whose tattered clothes were discovered floating in the water.
Friends say Mr. Nyansi was mauled by the crocodile, and no other trace of him has been found.
The animal, believed to be over 80-years-old, is thought to have seriously injured several other fishermen after developing a taste for human flesh.
Wildlife officials were able to capture the beast by luring it with a large chunk of meat on a hook, after a four-day search.
The crocodile will be transferred to the Murchison Falls national park, were it won’t be able to terrorize people again.