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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

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King Kong co-starring with Godzilla and Crazy Giant Croc sponsored by Croc shoes!

The largest saltwater croc known to living man has been captured in the Philippines and after taking his genes off, it has now been established that he wears the same one's as Godzilla the T Rex did millions of years ago.

The local people believe he is a long-lost uncle of Godzilla because he has been eating local human inhabitants and normally crocs prefer something slightly fatter like buffalo's, donkeys or cows although obese people can also be a part of his menu.

After testing it's DNA it seems there is an obvious connection between the giant man-eating T-Rex (although mankind wasn't around during that time, but they turned to man-eating in Hollywood) and the croc.

Scientists have to make a difficult decision either to slit the evil beast open and confirm the fact that he has been eating humans or let him become a star attraction at the local fun-park. But Hollywood representatives are already flying in, led by Sir Richard Attenborough, hoping they can take the croc back to Hollywood and make a star out of him.

They're hoping to play him alongside Godzilla Mark II and King Kong MarkII, but there is one slight hitch, the villagers who captured him want a share of the film rights before they release him, $5 million actually. Maybe Croc shoes are willing to pick up the tab?

Or maybe they should just slit him open and make a computerised version instead.

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