Damoh: Crocodile enters residential area due to heavy rain, rescued

DN Bureau

The forest department rescued a crocodile that was seen in a residential area.

Visuals of the crocodile along with forest officials in Damoh
Visuals of the crocodile along with forest officials in Damoh

Damoh: The forest department on Sunday rescued a crocodile that was seen in a residential area here.

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Parmlal Ahriwal, Damoh Forest Range Officer, said: "The ten feet crocodile, caught by the department with the help of residents, has been sent to Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary."

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Apparently, the crocodile came out of the river after the water level in the nearby river increased due to heavy rains, he added. (ANI)

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