According to a SAPA report 56 years old Mubalak Batambuzehad had been on a crocodile hunt after his wife was killed by a crocodile in on the shores of Lake Kyogain eastern Uganda in November.
He found the creature just a few meters from where his pregnant wife was killed and finished it off with a spear.
“I sent my people there, and they found human bones and clothes in the crocodile’s stomach,” Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) official Peter Ogwang told dpa.
“We believe this was the same animal that killed the woman.”
According to the report about 30 Ugandans are killed by crocodiles each year.
Attacks are on the increase because overfishing by humans is reducing the reptiles’ food sources.