Updated: July 20, 2020 1:25:23 pm
A seven-feet-long crocodile was rescued by wildlife officials from the Kelanpur village of Vadodara.
The crocodile, which ventured into a farm area in the village, was later handed over to the State Forest Department.
In a video that has gone viral on social media, rescuers can be seen trying to attach a noose to the crocodile’s snout.
Watch the video here:
— My Vadodara (@MyVadodara) July 18, 2020
Gujarat: A crocodile was rescued by wildlife rescuers from Kelanpur village of Vadodara. It was later handed over to the Forest Department. pic.twitter.com/t2QAr11epM
— ANI (@ANI) July 18, 2020
According to news agency ANI, the crocodile reportedly entered the area due to heavy rainfall in the past few days.
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