When crocodiles attack: The dilemma of human-animal conflicts


Crocodiles are protected animals but with more of them being sighted and more attacks against humans are being reported, there is an argument building that it might be time to look into culling their numbers. — 123rf.com.

There it was, its beady eyes flickering in the eerie light. Craggy reptilian scales glimmered as the large crocodile slithered out of sight into the undergrowth, leaving a splash in its wake in the muddy water.

You would think this is a scene from the middle of a jungle.

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