The American hunter, Shane Smith, found in the stomach of the crocodile, ancient things dating back thousands of years, between 5 and 6 thousand years old, that the Native Americans may have used.
And "Smith" discovered in the stomach of the crocodile, an old arrow, according to the British newspaper, "Daily Star".
According to "Smith", after a historian was briefed on the arrow, it was found that it was one of the hunting tools that the Native Americans invented and used in the past.
Smith said in a post on his Facebook page: "I didn't expect anyone to believe me about me hunting such a giant beast, but it became even more difficult when I found an arrow in its stomach that dates back thousands of years."
According to the American newspaper "Sun Herald", the finding of these ancient pieces in the stomach of a crocodile sparked a great deal of controversy, with some sarcastically saying: "Perhaps this crocodile came from ancient times."
Geologist James Starnes explains the incident and says: “The crocodile is known to swallow everything when fishing in shallow water and even when it eats something on the river bank.
The expert added, the broken arrowhead, feathers and bones are known to be common objects that can be found in various locations in the Mississippi Delta, whether in shallow waters, on the banks of the river and on the banks of lakes.