A new online database of all recorded crocodile attacks worldwide is up and running.
It shows only one in eight Australian incidents has been in WA waters since records began 150 years ago.
You can see the database if you click here.
An eagle stole a video camera at Margaret River and took it to Mary River, 110 kilometres away.
Goonyandi rangers had set the camera up to film freshwater crododiles.
The ABC says crocodiles are travelling from as far away as Queensland, in search of a mate.
As it is also nesting season, readers are warned to stay clear of crocodile nests and babies.
Cable Beach has reopened as there have been no further sightings of a crocodile seen yesterday.
You can read a shire media release here:
Cable Beach has been closed after a reported 2.5 metre crocodile sighting.
This statement from Broome shire:
Authorities are asking people to report crocodiles as soon as they see them.
Wildlife Officer Matt Byers told the ABC people were taking days to report dangerous animals, making them hard to locate and trap.
Photographs of the animals are also very much appreciated.
Department of Parks and Wildlife numbers are: Kununurra (08) 9168 4200 and Broome (08) 9195 5500.
Members of a Kununurra online discussion group have been talking about a two-metre crocodile.
The Department of Parks and Wildlife says it cannot confirm the report, and urges people to phone the department if they have a genuine sighting.
The spokesman said it was difficult for wildlife officers to act if they had not received a report.