Prince Harry may have thought he had his hands full when fending off lovelorn fans in Canberra, Australia, but he really did this past weekend (May 15) when reeling in a flailing crocodile caught in a trap.
Harry is currently on tour with the Australian Army and went on a mission with the Crocodile Management Team in the Northern Territory. The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife organization published a snap of the rescue on their Facebook page:
Minister for Parks and Wildlife Bess Price released a statement on the “top secret mission,” saying, “Territory rangers are the best in the world in crocodile management and it is a true reflection of their excellent reputation that they were trusted to give Prince Harry such a hands-on experience.”
This was the first time the team had met a member of the royal family with Wildlife Manager Erin Britton saying, “I wasn’t sure what to expect at first because you don’t meet royalty every day, but I found him very approachable and easy to chat with. I thought Harry came across as self-confident but humble.”
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