AT FIRST look all you’ll be able to see is a big whale carcass, however look nearer and you will note at the least 14 saltwater crocodiles having fun with a free meal.
Helicopter pilot John French of KAS Helicopters captured photos of the unimaginable feeding frenzy whereas conducting a personal scenic flight on Wednesday.
KAS Helicopters proprietor Adrian Crook instructed information.com.au the whale was washed up on the reef on the principle a part of Montgomery Island.
He stated the pictures captured at the least 14 crocodiles, which had been themselves about three metres lengthy, feeding on the whale carcass, with two of them even seen rising from its stomach.
“We’ve certainly all seen dead whales before but it was the first time we’ve seen one on the island, washed up on that part of the reef,” he stated.
“The crocs were coming from just about everywhere.”
He stated the odor was overpowering and the whale was in all probability already lifeless when it washed up on the sand.
The reef surrounds the Montgomery Islands situated off the spectacular Kimberley coast in Western Australia.
Mr Crook stated it was doubtless the whale would additionally turn into meals for sharks as soon as the following huge tide got here again in.