Films: The Great Alligator River (1979)
Height/Weight: That of a city bus.
Summary: There's nothing worse than an enraged God. Except perhaps the worshipers of said God trying to fix it in all of the worst ways.
History: Kruna was the God of a native African river tribe, and he was rather pissed when a bunch of tourists tried to have some fun on the water. It started by attacking the natives, ironically, and because of this, the people of Kruna felt that the tourists were to blame. So now we have a hungry crocodile God and his worshipers bringing death all around. Oh, what a delight.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After Kruna sinks a van into the water, one of the occupants makes it chew on some explosives, blowing up its head. The natives find its ravaged corpse, and immediately forget about killing the tourists.
Powers/Abilities: Can bite through steel.
Scariness Factor: 2-When the even cheaper Thailand croc is more convincing than yours, you might want to rethink previous decisions. This guy has a nice head, but his shots underwater leave...much to be desired.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Alligator", "Caiman", and "The Great Alligator".
-There is no African God named Kruna. If you're looking for gator Gods, look at Sobek, the Nile crocodile-headed Egyptian God of fertility and military power. He's the reason crocodiles are sacred in Egypt.