A job for Crocodile Dundee

BANGKOK: Thai authorities yesterday stepped up their hunt for about 10 fully-grown saltwater crocodiles that have been on the lam since escaping from a farm in flash floods last week. Four of the reptiles, measuring three to four meters in size, have already been captured near the Million Years Crocodile Farm, about a hundred seventy five kilometers east of Bangkok. Another two reptiles had been spotted yesterday but they managed to evade their pursuers, who have been hampered by the persevering with heavy rain. Flash floods tore a gap in the wall of the farm on Thursday, allowing some of the 2,000 crocodiles residing in a pool next to the broken wall to flee. Giveaway ’s director, Suan Panomwattanakul, said five teams of specialists had been deployed to seize the stray crocs, which come from a inhabitants of greater than 10,000 in captivity at the farm. Provincial authorities have mobilized extra males to hunt for the relaxation of the crocodiles nonetheless on the loose, and warned local residents to be on the lookout for the fugitives. “I have given full a

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