Shooting safaris should be allowed to control the reptiles’ numbers, which had ‘exploded’, says MP Bob Katter, criticising rival Warren Entsch for saying ‘You can’t legislate against human stupidity’

A suspected fatal crocodile attack on a missing tourist in Australia’s far north-eastern wilderness has revived a perennial dispute about how to deal with a protected predator.

Photographer Cindy Waldron was reportedly taken by a saltwater crocodile during a moonlight walk through shallow water at a beach in Queensland’s Daintree national park on Sunday.

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Source: Guardian Environment