Crocodile Roaming Sewers Of Navi Mumbai For Years Has Finally Been Rescued

Crocodile Roaming Sewers Of Navi Mumbai For Years Has Finally Been Rescued

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A video of the crocodile had recently gone viral on social media.

A crocodile was rescued from a sewer in Belapur area of Navi Mumbai on Tuesday, an official from the forest department said.

The reptile, measuring 6.43 ft and weighing 35.4 kg, had been roaming in sewers and creeks of Navi Mumbai for many years, and several videos of it have gone viral in the past, the official from the Thane forest range said.

According to a release issued by the department, the crocodile had roamed in a creek and later inhabited an artificial pond used for fish rearing.

Crocodile ???? spotted in Seawoods Creek area near NMMC Head Office, Navi Mumbai.#navimumbai#crocodile#mangrovespic.twitter.com/qcMNz2QWNQ

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