Take a selfie with Krys, a life-size statue of the largest saltwater crocodile ever caught. Back in July 1957, Australia's largest known crocodile, 8.64 metres long, was killed with a single shot on the banks of the Norman River by a Polish immigrant Krystina Pawlowski. The shot made her a worldwide celebrity and earned her the nickname One Shot along with a place in the Guiness Book of Records. In shooters terms, it was the perfect kill, just below the eye, but a shot she later regretted. This sudden death shot took the life of a two-tonne saurian, most certainly one of a kind in northern Australia.