A missing fisherman is said to have been eaten alive after human remaining parts were found inside one crocodile with examiners currently dissecting a subsequent reptile.

Angler Andy Heard, was accounted for missing a week ago when he didn’t get back from 60 minutes in length fishing trip.

Police said the 69-year-old was most recently seen at about 3pm on Thursday in focal Queensland.

Aome days later, a 4.2-meter long crocodile was gotten close to the missing man’s improved boat, and was euthanised close to Hinchinbrook Island.

Inside the creature made an inauspicious disclosure and discovered human remaining parts.

Presently a subsequent crocodile, said to have been somewhere in the range of 2.7m and 3m long, has additionally been gotten and murdered.

It has been accounted for that the animal was euthanised after it was seen with conceivable human remaining parts in its mouth

Wild life expert thought it “almost certain” one of the reptiles had an effect in Mr Heard’s disappearance in the wake of finding the monster close to his vacant boat, the Brisbane Times said.

Tests to decide if the subsequent creature contains human remaining parts are still under way, police were accounted for to have said, and the outcomes will be passed to the coroner.

Writing on Facebook after the disappearance and his speculated passing, the Cairns Cruising Yacht Squadron honored Mr Heard and said: “Rest in peace

“He died doing what he loves best, with the woman he loved the most.”

Fellow sailing group Big Mamma Sailing also paid tribute and said: “All our lives have been turned up side down by the loss of a great yachty mate, Andy in a Crocodile incident.

“We are so glad that we are here- currently by the side & supporting Erica, Andy’s partner and looking after their beautiful yacht, Shiraz, which we will assist to get back to Cairns- once Erica is ready.

“We sincerely send our love and strength to everyone that knew Andy, especially his family & friends.

“He was one of a kind, generous, always happy to help anyone out, a mentor and always in for a good laugh.”