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10-foot crocodile crawls out of canal in UP’s Bulandshahr, rescued by forest department

Upon receiving information from locals, the police and forest department swung into action to rescue the crocodile.

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A 10-foot-long crocodile, which had crawled out of the canal passing near Narora Ganga Ghat in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr, was rescued by the state forest department and released into the water on Thursday. “The crocodile crawled out of the canal and it was trying to get back to the canal. Taking the incident into cognisance, we rescued the crocodile and released it back into the canal,” Mohit Chaudhary, Circle Officer, forest department Dibai Range, told ANI.

Earlier, the video of the crocodile attempting to climb over a railing near the canal went viral on social media platforms. The ten-foot crocodile was spotted on the sidewalk of the canal and it caused panic among the locals.

Upon receiving information from locals, the police and forest department swung into action to rescue the crocodile.

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