The remains of a five-year-old Australian boy have been found in the stomach of a crocodile, police say.
Jeremy Doble was last seen on 8 February playing near his family's home beside a flooded mangrove swamp in northern Queensland.
Police now say he was attacked and eaten by a 14ft (4.3m) crocodile who was then trapped in a flooder river.
The announcement came after police examined the crocodile, using non-lethal surgical procedure.
"The family have requested that media respect their privacy at this time," police said in a statement.
Queensland officials say the animal will now be sent to a crocodile farm or zoo.
The victim's parents have reportedly asked authorities not to kill the crocodile.