Fisherman reveals he was TWO INCHES from certain death after battle with huge ...

Fisherman reveals how he was TWO INCHES from certain death when a monster five-metre crocodile jumped into his BOAT to tried to eat him The five-metre crocodile launched itself into boat and attacked a fisherman Incident was in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory on April 24 Group of fishermen were believed to be cooking in the boat at time of the attack The fisherman who cheated death in boat was NSW based angler Chris Perger

By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 08:44 BST, 1 May 2021 | Updated: 08:44 BST, 1 May 2021

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A fisherman was just two inches from certain death when a monster five-metre crocodile jumped into his boat and tried to devour him.

Chris Perger, 32, who lives at Wollongong on the NSW south coast, was in the Northern Territory last month on a fishing trip at the Kakadu National Park when he cheated death.

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Perger was camping on a boat along the South Alligator River and had just finished dinner with a group of three friends when the croc attacked on April 24.

Chris Perger, 32, (pictured) was in the Northern Territory last month on a fishing trip at the Kakadu National Park when he cheated death after a crocodile tried to devour him

Chris Perger, 32, (pictured) was in the Northern Territory last month on a fishing trip at the Kakadu National Park when he cheated death after a crocodile tried to devour him

Chris Perger (pictured above right) was on a fishing trip to the Top End last month when he was attacked by a huge crocodile

Chris Perger (pictured above right) was on a fishing trip to the Top End last month when he was attacked by a huge crocodile

'(Fellow fisherman) Riley (Wilson) screamed out 'Croc!' and then lunged out of the way before this massive croc jumped about three metres into our boat,' Perger told

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