Four meter-long croc likely an ‘interstate traveller’


BUTTERWORTH: The crocodile – almost four meters long and an estimated 500kg – caught in Penang was most likely an “interstate traveller”, said Malaysian Nature Society adviser D. Kanda Kumar.

Stunned that such a huge beast was netted off the coast of Bagan Ajam on mainland Penang, he said Seberang Prai has no mangrove ecosystem vast enough for the reptile to get so big.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 53
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Nation

Illegal ‘dental school’ raided
Dark dentistry dreams dashed
Malaysian rep to be present for MH17 hearing
Bosses: Clarify pick-up rule
Saravanan: Immigration Dept must make arrival process easier
Employers must receive foreign workers at KLIA
Malaysia, China sign MOU on digital telecommunications cooperation
Body of missing fisherman found in capsized boat that drifted to shore
Those who wish to develop reserved land must apply at Land Office, says MB
Khir Toyo to make political comeback, eyes Sg Besar seat

Others Also Read