In late October, Sandy Bell and her son were visiting the Rinyirru National Park, near Cooktown, Australia, when they stopped to photograph two crocodiles lying nearby. As Bell snapped pictures, one croc began attacking the other, and the battle quickly escalated into a deadly feast just 65 feet from Bell's lens. "The bigger crocodile was sitting in the water, and the littler one was sitting on the edge of the bank," Bell told the BBC. "Suddenly, the bigger one grabbed the smaller one and flung it up into the air. Then it started eating the tail, and then the legs. Just... chomp, chomp, chomp."