A crocodile used to be captured by wooded field department officers from discontinuance to a rubber plantation at Kudur in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka on Sunday.
The crocodile used to be round eight to nine feet in length (File photo)
A crocodile, round eight to nine feet in length, used to be captured by wooded field department officers from discontinuance to a rubber plantation at Kudur in Kadirudyavara village of Belthangady taluk in Dakshina Kannada district on Sunday, department sources acknowledged.
The crocodile used to be sighted discontinuance to the drain discontinuance to the rubber plantation owned by Sadashiva, a resident of Kudur, whereas cleansing the vegetation of the plantation.
Local folk conveyed the realizing to wooded field officers, who rushed to the role and captured it.
The crocodile would possibly maybe be launched into the reserve wooded field, the sources acknowledged.
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