• Year Tagged:
    2016
    Last Detected:
    4 Mar 2017
    Length:
    2.8 m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2010
    Last Detected:
    2 Mar 2017
    Length:
    4.4 m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2016
    Last Detected:
    4 Mar 2017
    Length:
    3.7 m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2016
    Last Detected:
    2 Mar 2017
    Length:
    2.9 m
    Gender:
    Female
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    10 Feb 2016
    Length:
    3.9m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • JK

    Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    29 Jul 2016
    Length:
    2.9m
    Gender:
    Female
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    19 Aug 2016
    Length:
    3.5m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    12 Mar 2016
    Length:
    3.5m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    11 Feb 2016
    Length:
    3.6m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2015
    Last Detected:
    27 Feb 2017
    Length:
    4.6m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2014
    Last Detected:
    25 Jan 2016
    Length:
    3.6m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2014
    Last Detected:
    1 Aug 2015
    Length:
    4.6m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2014
    Last Detected:
    3 Dec 2015
    Length:
    3.6m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2014
    Last Detected:
    8 Jan 2016
    Length:
    3.5m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:
  • Year Tagged:
    2014
    Last Detected:
    3 Jun 2015
    Length:
    3.1m
    Gender:
    Male
    Bio:

 This project is being conducted in association with our research partners Australia Zoo, and is funded by the Australian Research Council and Australia Zoo. 

Check out some of the photos from thetagging trip August 2016 on Australia Zoo's Instagram page:

 

Also have a look at the video of our latest tagging trip in August 2015:

Watch the video below to follow Tiny Tim's movements last year. Tiny Tim is a large male crocodile measuring 3.6m, and was caught and tagged during a research trip last year.