Prince Harry Tackles a Crocodile in Australia

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How very Prince Harry of him!

Prince Harry helped catch a saltwater crocodile in Darwin Harbour during his visit to Australia last month, straddling the 10-foot reptile and managing to look at ease the entire time. Australia's Parks and Wildlife Commission Northern Territory recently shared the photos of his epic adventure down under, which was reportedly a "top secret mission."

Australia Parks and Wildlife Commission Northern Territory
Australia Parks and Wildlife Commission Northern Territory

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Wildlife ranger Erin Britton said the prince would make "a great croc catcher" and that he did a "great job" helping the crocodile management team, the BBC reports. According to the British news organization, rangers in the Northern Territory remove crocodiles from waterways used for boating and fishing to limit the risk of fatalities and injuries. They're then taken to crocodile farms or killed.

The 30-year-old royal continues to charm during his recent tour of different countries. During a visit with locals in New Zealand last Friday, the handsome bachelor shared a sweet moment with a "a little Cinderella."

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Watch the video below for more on the adorable moment!

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