The otter cornered the crocodile near the tree, bent down to attack, making the prey unable to resist and then began to eat.
The surprise attack of an otter and an alligator was recorded in Lake Woodruff National Park, Florida, USA.
To attack the swamp killer, the otter pulled the alligator close to a tree in the swamp, bent down, and began biting on its back.
In this battle, the otters and crocodiles have almost the same body size. However, because the crocodile cannot attack back, after the attack, the otters easily eat their prey.
Otters are carnivores that usually live in freshwater areas. An otter has a body weight of about 10-20 kg. Their main food is slow-moving fish and crustaceans.
In some cases, otters also feed on amphibians and reptiles, or, in this case, swamp killers.