Two of the reptiles have been found to contain the remains of an Australian guy who went missing while out fishing in crocodile-infested water. The 65-year-old Australian man, Kevin Darmody, went fishing on Saturday in far north Queensland with a group, according to Australian media, who apparently chased off crocodiles so they could start fishing. People fishing with the pub manager heard him “yell, scream very loudly, followed by a large splashing of water”, said Cairns police inspector Mark Henderson. Rangers later used rifles to shoot and kill two crocodiles — one measuring about 4.2 metres (14 feet) and the other 2.8 metres (nine feet) — found upstream from where the group was fishing within Lakefield National Park. Examinations found human remains in both of the predators, police said. Henderson described it as a “tragic, tragic ending”. The man was “a very nice fellow” from the rural north Queensland town of Laura, which has a population of about 130 people, Henderson said. Queensland state wildlife official Michael Joyce urged people to be wary. “This is croc country. If you are in water and especially if you are in Lakefield, which is declared specifically for crocodile conservation, you should expect crocodiles in that water.” Crocodiles or true crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and Australia. The term crocodile is sometimes used even more loosely to include all extant members of the order Crocodilia, which includes the alligators and caimans.