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10-Foot Crocodile Tries To Climb Railing In Uttar Pradesh : Video

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Panic gripped a town in Uttar Pradesh as a ten-foot crocodile emerged from a canal and roamed the nearby area on Wednesday, causing alarm among residents. Videos captured by startled locals depict the sizable reptile attempting to scale a railing near the canal.

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The crocodile ventured out of the Ganga canal near Narora Ghat in Bulandshahr, UP, prompting locals to notify the police and forest department. Responding authorities arrived promptly to apprehend the creature.

Efforts to capture the crocodile ensued, during which it struggled to climb over an iron railing, presumably to return to the water. However, failing in its attempts, the distressed crocodile descended to the ground and attempted to flee.

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Forest officials utilized a cloth to cover the crocodile’s head and endeavored to immobilize its limbs to prevent any potential aggression towards the rescue team. Subsequently, ropes were employed to secure its legs, with footage depicting four officials holding onto the ropes attached to the crocodile’s head and front legs, while another looped a rope around its hind legs. Additional personnel lifted the crocodile’s tail while its mouth was secured with a rope.

After several hours, the crocodile was successfully rescued and released back into the canal, as confirmed by officials.

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