'I Still Have a Lot to Offer' - Grandpa Who Survived Croc Attack

After 44 days of intensive care, an amputation of his lower right leg and rehabilitation, 71-year-old Peter Knottenbeltt has taken his survival of a deadly encounter with a crocodile on the Olifants River in Limpopo as a new lease on life to "support humanity" in any way he can. Warning: The images below may upset sensitive readers.

  • South Africa:   71-Year-Old Survives a Crocodile Attack

    ER24, 11 September 2018

    On the 6th of January 2018 at around 14:00, while my granddaughter and I were crossing the Olifants River (in Limpopo) by foot, I inadvertently stepped on the back of a 3m… Read more »

Photo: ER24

Peter Knottenbelt's recovery after a crocodile attack.

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