Australian rapper Milan MG shot some fascinating drone footage off the coast of Baia village, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
He filmed a huge salt water crocodile cruising thru the water with a pig in its jaws!
Papua New Guinea is an incredibly interesting country. It was a German colony from 1899-1914.
There’s over 800 languages spoken here and many isolated mysterious tribes still exist along the Sepik River, including the Korowai cannibals.
Foja Mountain offers a shockingly large 2 million acres of old dense growth forests, making Papua New Guinea one of the world’s last unexplored regions.
Thousands of eye-witness reports over the years from tourists and illiterate villagers have stated the existence of Ropen pterosaurs on Umboi Island that bioluminesce at night. Meaning, they claim that pterodactyl-like dinosaur creatures still exist on a remote island. They sleep in the day and hunt at night.
If you think re-discovering dinosaurs is implausible, remember that the 65 million year old Coelacanth was thought extinct until they started finding them off the coast of South Africa in 1938.
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