The body of a Londoner who was killed during a trip on a crocodile infested river in India has been found.
Michael Easton from Holland Park was one of two two British men who died after disappearing during an excursion on the Cauvery River, near Bangalore.
Ian Turton, from York's body was discovered earlier this week.
Today the Foreign Office said a second body has now been found.
It said it was providing consular assistance to the men's families.
Michael Easton, from Holland Park is still missing following a trip on a crocodile infested river in India, which left a friend dead. Authorities are continuing to search the area around the Cauvery River near Bangalore. Ian Turton, from York, died during the excursion.
Fears are growing for Michael Easton, from Holland Park, who is still missing after his friend died in a crocodile-infested river in India. Ian Turton, from York, died after disappearing during an excursion on the Cauvery River near Bangalore. Mr Easton is still unaccounted for.
The reptile expert told London Tonight about his work abroad, as well his possible plans for the future so humans and reptiles, in remote parts of the world, can co-exist peacefully.
London Tonight caught up with the crocodile hunter to find out how his passion for these dangerous reptiles came about.
London Tonight's Emma Walden holds a python before interviewing London's very own crocodile hunter
Highbury wildlife expert Peter Prodromou puts some of his Ugandan counterparts through their paces, showing off his crocodile handling skills in the meantime.
Highbury wildlife expert Peter Prodromou takes on some of planet's most dangerous animals
A man from Highbury - who managed to catch a crocodile that ate a child in Uganda on Christmas day - has warned locals of a second deadly reptile.
Wildlife expert Peter Prodromou hopes his skills will help reduce attacks in the area and safeguard both villagers and animals.