Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Crocs on loose in South Africa's Limpopo

Driving rains forced the Limpopo River in northern part of South Africa to swell over its banks on Sunday morning near the Rakwena Crocodile Farm. The farm’s owners, fearing that the raging flood waters would crush the walls of their house, opened the gates, springing the crocodiles some 15000 of them as a vague estimate. Many of the reptiles have been captured, with thousands still on the loose.

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