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Crocodiles rescued from Gujarat suburbs

Vadodara, Aug 13 (UNI) Team of a wildlife NGO and forest department on Tuesday rescued three crocodiles here. The reptiles had entered the suburbs during the recent floods caused by heavy rainfall across the state.
'However, in a separate incident one such reptile was crushed to death by an unknown vehicle in the district,' the forest official said.

Earlier, three crocodiles were rescued from Vadsar village under Manjalpur taluka, near Jambuwa bridge in Makarpura and Akota in Sayajiganj area.

Notably large number of crocodiles lived in river Vishwamitri that flows amidst Vadodara city and other water bodies of the district. They had entered the city and other parts of the district during floods triggered by incessant rains.
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