A 10-foot-long Crocodile crawled out of the canal in Uttar Pradesh, what happened then, watch the video

A 10-foot-long crocodile came out of a canal near Narora Ganga Ghat in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh. On Thursday, May 30, 2024, the state forest department rescued the big crocodile. The rescue team carefully took the crocodile and then safely released it back into the canal waters. This rescue team took care of the safety of both the crocodile and the local people.

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A 10-foot-long crocodile crawled out of the canal in Uttar Pradesh

Reports say a crocodile crawled out of the Ganga canal near Narora Ghat in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh. In a video that went viral, the crocodile is shown trying to climb over an iron railing to get back into the water. Unfortunately, it couldn’t make it and fell to the ground instead.

Sharing the video, someone on social media wrote, “UP: This crocodile crawled out of the Ganga canal in Narora of Bulandshahr district. The forest department team came and rescued it, then put it back into the canal. Hey Croc, it’s hot here, stay in the water.” The forest department quickly took action and took the crocodile safely to its natural habitat and people in the area were kept safe.

To watch the video of the crocodile, click the link.

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