A pair of fishermen posted a video of themselves setting a saltwater crocodile free after they unintentionally caught it.
Snake catcher Stuart Mckenzie said it is "amazing" how such a large predator "can just disappear."
Researchers estimate that the species could have reached 25-40 meters (82-131 feet) in length.
Emmanual Cortez, 17, is believed to have survived the six days and five nights with just a "few candies" to live off.
A red-bellied black snake, believed to be hiding in order to protect itself as it prepared to shed its skin, has been found at a school.
Fed up with serving as "an afterschool child minding service," Marsden State School in Logan City, Queensland, Australia, is threatening to call police on parents who regularly fail to pick up their children on time.
Authorities had received reports of a crocodile "behaving in an aggressive manner" around the Newell Beach area of Queensland, Australia.
When threatened, venomous eastern brown snakes can strike with little hesitation.
In a reply to one commenter, Emma Chong, who lives in the Queensland, Australia suburb of Gladstone, described the incident as "fairly normal in this area."
Cassowaries have been known to injure and even kill people, so you definitely don't want to come face-to-face with one.
A woman in Queensland found a carpet python, which can exceed 3.5 meters in length, on her car as she was preparing to head to the shops.
In a recent Facebook post, a snake-catching company based in Queensland, Australia, shared a recent finding that left readers wanting to crawl out of their skins.
Ben Avery was fighting for his life despite his extensive knowledge of venomous snake bites.
The possum was photographed hanging upside down in the grasp of the large constrictor snake in Queensland, Australia.
A snake catcher said the woman was lucky to have spotted the highly venomous reptile.
Snake catcher Luke Huntley said he was "lucky" to have seen the reptile in a beach town in Queensland, Australia.
Police found the man's damaged and overturned 8-foot dinghy at around 2.30 a.m. on Friday. The man has not yet been recovered, officials said.
Video of the reptile was posted to Facebook by relocation business Snake Catcher Noosa, after wrangler Luke Huntley was called to remove it from a home in Sunshine Beach, Queensland.
The Queensland woman spotted the non-venomous reptile close to her bed after hearing noises coming from inside the room and turning on a lamp to investigate.
The attack comes less than a week after a crocodile bit a man's head in the same Australian state.
Reptile expert Stuart McKenzie initially thought he was dealing with a highly-venomous brown snake, which is considered to be the second most toxic land snake in the world.
The predator was described as a "monster" by a snake-catcher, who said it was "one of the biggest" he's caught in some time.
"You're kidding me, that's incredible," a snake catcher said, remarking on the serpent's hiding abilities.
The eastern brown is considered the second most toxic land snake in the world and a bite with its venom can result in death.
The highly venomous 6-foot-long beast can be seen lunging at a snake catcher in the nail-biting clip.
The snake catcher said he was "lucky" to find the reptile, which had slithered indoors to escape the heat.
The picture shows a fin just outside a fence in a man's backyard, but some people think it may just be a hoax.
The uninvited guest was wrangled while attempting to flee from an open window above the toilet, after destroying a number of bathroom items.