Crocodile attacks on people are common in places where large crocodiles are native and human populations live. Only a few species are considered dangerous to adult humans, and only individuals 2 metres (6.6 ft) in length or more represent a serious danger to humans, as smaller crocodiles are considered incapable of killing a person. However, even the smallest species can inflict painful bites requiring stitches if harassed. In addition, a small child may be of a similar size to the prey of some of the crocodilian species incapable of preying on adult humans. Officials recently reported a crocodile swallowed a ten-year-old girl in Indonesia as her father looked on helplessly.