Crocodile Roaming Sewers Of Navi Mumbai Finally Rescued

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A crocodile was rescued from a sewer in Belapur area of Navi Mumbai on February 23, an official from the forest department said, reported PTI. The reptile, measuring 6.43 ft & weighing 35.4 kg, had been roaming in sewers & creeks of Navi Mumbai for many years & several videos of it have gone viral in the past, the official from the Thane forest range told PTI. According to a release issued by the department, the crocodile had roamed in a creek & later inhabited an artificial pond used for fish rearing. A trap cage was set up in the sewer on February 21 & the reptile was rescued on the afternoon of February 23, the official said. The animal has been taken for a medical evaluation & will be relocated to a safe location, he added.

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