Thursday, February 27, 2014

Four meter long 'surfing' crcodile leaves Asutrailan beach closed

Surfing crocodile forces beach closure in Australia

A salt-water crocodile up to four metres long found 'surfing' on Broome’s Cable Beach, in Western Australia - a popular Australian beach on the weekend forced the authorities to close the beach for the public, reports Mail Online.

By Sunday morning, the crocodile had moved on. Parks and Wildlife senior operation officer Dave Woods said he believed it was the same crocodile that had been spotted in a number of locations in the area around December.

It may be added that the sighting follows the disappearance of a 12-year-old boy last month, who was taken by a salt-water crocodile while swimming with friends in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory.


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