DW: This is why I don't travel. I would try to find it and tempt it..leading to my digestion.
A 20-foot Nile crocodile that locals have named Gustave is said to have eaten 300 people over the years, and no one seems to know where it is. Experts say the croc could be as old as 100, and National Geographic says that records of his attacks on people go back to 1987.
Multiple people have spotted him over the years, recognizing him because of his abnormal size and a scar on the top of his head; that scar is thought to be from one of the three bullet wounds where hunters have failed to kill him in the past. While there have been no confirmed sightings lately, locals fear that Gustave is still in the water…waiting.
Source: Daily Mail