If you are scared of reptiles, best avoid Lolong, from Bunawan in the Philippines.
The monster saltwater crocodile has just been declared the largest in captivity by Guinness World Records, weighing in at an astonishing 1,075kg and measuring 6.17 metres long.
Lolong may be a star attraction at the Bunawan ecotourism park which was built around his enclosure, but his fame came at a horrific price.
The creature was captured following a three week hunt, after he was blamed for the killing of a young girl and a fisherman in the town.
However, he has gone from a local killer to something of a local hero - bringing hundreds of visitors a day to the sleepy town and generating tens of thousands of dollars for the local tourism industry.