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Thursday, September 1, 2016

A Large Cattle-eating Crocodile Has Been Trapped By Police In The Shallow Waters


A large cattle-eating crocodile has been trapped by police
in the shallow waters of the Australian outback.
It took seven men to tie down the 14ft reptile, which has
been sent to a breeding programme in Darwin.
Its capture followed reports that a large crocodile had
taken hold of cattle near Douglas Daly region.
"It was causing a ruckus and was a danger to people in
the area," Matt Phillips, from Northern Territory Police, told
ABC.
Footage shows officers using a cage to trap the reptile in
the water before securing it with rope and duct tape as it
wriggles around in an attempt to break free.
"It was a bit of an unorthodox extraction from the cage
due the situation where it was in a water hole with limited
access," said Remote Sergeant Mark Berry, in the police
video.
"He got a little bit away from us, but we ended up getting
hold of him."
The officer said the trap had been left in the water
because they had spotted another large crocodile lurking
in the water hole "that is still posing a threat to safety"
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