Battle of Ramree Island (killer: Saltwater Crocodile)
The saltwater crocodile is the largest of all reptiles. The species is found in Northern Australia and part of Southeast Asia, an average male saltwater crocodile weighs 600 to 1000 kilograms with a length of 4.1 to 5.5 meters. Towards the end of World War II, Ramree Island was a sight of a violent battle waged between the Imperial Japanese army and the Allied troops who were attempting to regain the island and build a military sea airbase. The Japanese army were forced to enter the mashes of Ramree Island by the Allies who wanted them to surrender. It is estimated 500-1000 Japanese soldiers entered the Ramree mashes but only 20 survived, the rest were attacked and mauled by saltwater crocodiles. The Ramree island crocodile massacre is considered as the largest catastrophe against humans by animals in history.