Horrifying moment ‘monster’ crocodile emerges from water on beach

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A woman was left "shaking", swearing and fearing for her life after a "monster" crocodile coming towards her on a beach.

The woman screamed and cursed as the animal began to suddenly lung towards her in Queensland, Australia.

It happened as she was trying to put a small shark back in the water at Cardwell Beach.

In footage, the woman can be heard saying: "Check out this monster… holy smackers."

She began filming as the beast slowly and eerily crept out of the water and began to let its scales appear.

Within seconds, its sharp teeth had emerged from the water and the croc was on the sand.

She then filmed as it crawled over towards the poor shark struggling on the sand to breathe.

With delight in its eyes, it glared at the fish.

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The woman continued talking as she explained what had just happened before she whipped out her camera.

"I just caught a shark which I couldn’t get back into the water because this fella is going to come in and eat it," she said.

As the meat-eater came closer to the woman and the person she was with, her voice began to noticeably shake in fear.

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Panic settling in, she cried out: "Oh my lord, this thing is only metres from us.

"I have never been shaking so much in my whole f***ing life."

In the footage, the pair then jumped back as quickly as they could and began to left the scene before it could get any closer.

Watching on, the pair and viewers watched on in fascination as nature took its course as the crocodile savagely dug into the shark and killed it.

In horror, the woman shrieked: "F**k me dead I can’t stop shaking … s**t."

Luckily, and much to the couple's relief, the croc then headed back into the water.

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