The world's largest captive saltwater crocodile has died just 17 months after its capture in the southern Philippines.
Weighing in at over a ton and measuring 6.17 metres long, Lolong was officially recorded as a record-breaker by the Guinness World Records.
But he was finally set free from his miserable last months in captivity on Sunday.
An autopsy is being carried out to determine the cause of death.
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