By beating the crocodile’s head, a teenage guy miraculously escaped its jaws.
Om Prakash Sahoo, 14, was swimming with his pals in India’s Kani river when the beast kidnapped him and dragged him to his demise.
The horrified boy desperately swatted the 7-foot croc in the head, fighting for more than ten minutes to release himself.
He was able to flee the deadly beast after repeatedly hitting the predator.
The teen was brought to the hospital and then transferred to the Kendrapara district of Odisha, where he is in stable condition.
A croc has assaulted someone in and near Bhitarkanika National Park in Kendrapara district for the third time in less than a month.
A beast murdered a 54-year-old lady on May 26 when she was cleaning kitchenware in the river.
Shiv Prasad Behera, 40, had been savaged while bathing in the Brahmani river just weeks prior on May 4.
It comes after frightening footage emerged of a group of adolescents swimming with a crocodile at a popular tourist attraction.
In Tulum, Mexico, Osmar Ochoa was swimming with a group of pals when he stumbled upon the dangerous beast.
In another video, a massive croc leaped into a couple’s boat after pursuing a fishing line.
This video captures the exciting moment a crocodile escaped from a vehicle and rushed down a street before being caught by zookeepers.
After the crocodile escaped from the car, the animal was wrangled on a roadway barrier in Florida.
The beast and other crocodiles were being moved to another part of the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park in St. Augustine, Florida, when they escaped.