he has a good point largest species alive today.' align='left' /> Giant 14-foot-long crocodile found with human remains in stomach The remains likely belong to a local fisherman who went missing last week, the government said. Saltwater crocodiles are the largest species alive today.(Image credit: Getty Images) Human remains have been found inside the stomach of a 14-foot-long (4.2 meters) crocodile on an island north of Queensland, Australia. According to local authorities, the remains likely belong to Andrew Heard, a 69-year-old fisherman who went missing from the area on Feb. 11. Heard was last seen that Thursday afternoon when he left his yacht on Hinchinbrook Island (close to the coast of northeastern Australia) in a small fishing dinghy, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) news site. When he failed to return that night and stopped responding on his radio, Heard's wife called the authorities. His dinghy was found capsized early Friday morning (Feb. 12), showing damage indicative of a crocodile attack. On Friday night, investigators discovered human remains in the area; the next day, they found the gigantic croc nearby, according to the Queensland government. Environmental authorities euthanized the croc and cut it open, revealing more human remains in its guts. World of Animals Annual: $22.99 at Magazines Direct The animal kingdom is a fascinating, beautiful and complex world, but it faces an uncertain future. In the past few years, we’ve seen Japan resume whaling and scientists warn that the next decade could prove pivotal for the Earth’s environment and its inhabitants. This annual explores some of the threats faced by 25 of the world’s most endangered creatures and meets the animals that owe their continued existence to the vital Endangered Species Act of 1973 . View Deal "The crocodile captured yesterday is believed to be the animal involved in the disappearance of a man," Queensland Environment, a local government agency, tweeted on Saturday (Feb. 13). "Our thoughts are with the family at this difficult time." The coasts around Queensland are home to the largest species of crocodile on Earth: the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). Saltwater crocs can grow up to 23 feet (7 m) long, though they rarely exceed 16 feet (5 m), according to the Queensland Museum . They inhabit coastal waters throughout the western Pacific, from the southern coast of India to northern Australia.https://www.livescience.com/giant-crocodile-killes-fisherman-australia.html
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The road was officially named a National Scenic Byway in 2002 by the Federal Highway Administration. Then in 2019 the agency called for nominations nationwide for All-American Roads. Friends of A1A Scenic & Historic Coastal Byway officials said they felt the byway’s strongest intrinsic qualities of history and recreation met the criteria requirements, while its programs and projects exceeded the visitor experience expectations to become an All-American Road. Next, a new road has been started in Clay County. County commissioners and others hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday for the soon-to-be-constructed Atlantis Drive in the Oakleaf /Middleburg area. Atlantis Drive is the starting point for an extension of the road that will curve through the planned 700-acre mixed-use Challenger Center to serve its planned commercial, retail, office, distribution, light industrial and high-density residential uses. The road will eventually connect to Old Jennings Road. A $2.065 million Florida Department of Economic Opportunity grant aimed at funding transportation infrastructure projects that help create new job growth will pay for a half-mile of the new road. The four-lane boulevard will have a raised median, curbs and gutters, a retention pond and full water, sewer, and reuse infrastructure. Construction began Feb. 12, and the road is expected to be complete in December. Of course, what's a week without road construction and detours: • Expect multi-lane closures Saturday through Monday on northbound Interstate 295 at the Buckman Bridge as crews shift traffic for continued construction on a $10.5 million safety project. Lane restriping activities will see all four travel lanes shifted from the outside to the inside portion of the bridge, with lane widths reduced to allow for an 8-foot emergency shoulder, the Florida Department of Transportation said. The speed limit will drop from 65 to 55 mph. The overnight lane closures will impact traffic on northbound I-295, including the Express Lanes, plus the northbound on-ramp from San Jose Boulevard. Construction along the I-295 West Beltway at the Buckman Bridge includes overhead signs and additional video cameras at several locations to guide drivers in lane use, improve traffic flow and enhance safety. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2021. • Nighttime detours will be in place for the Bridge of Lions from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Sunday and Monday for routine bridge maintenance work. Drivers will detour via Florida 312. The bridge will remain open for marine traffic. • A resurfacing project on Florida 21 between Florida 16 and County Road 215 is set to start Monday, the FDOT said.https://www.jacksonville.com/story/news/traffic/2021/02/20/florida-a-1-a-designated-all-american-road-across-st-johns-and-flagler/6768827002/