By Thomas Duff For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 01:52 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 03:17 GMT, 1 December 2019
An Australian crocodile wrangler has captured and relocated a five-metre croc that was preying on a farmer's cattle.
Matt Wright, host of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler,' posed for a grinning photo next to the restrained crocodile.
He said the crocodile, affectionately dubbed Rex by his fans, was 5.1metres long despite missing a huge chunk of its tail.
Mr Wright revealed the aggressive crocodile had to be moved to a safe new home as it had been eating cows on the Northern Territory property.
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Matt Wright (pictured right), the host of the National Geographic show 'Outback Wrangler,' captured a 5.1metre crocodile that had been killing and eating cattle
In the photo, the crocodile is seen on a trailer with a blanket covering its face and duct tape tightly wrapped around its mouth.