Crocodile rescued from fish pond in Far-west Nepal
KAILALI: A crocodile was rescued from a fish pond in Tikapur-7, Beluwa of Kailali. The crocodile had sneaked into the pond from the Pathariya River.
Police and local conservationists rescued the crocodile from the fish pond of Tek Bahadur Malla, a local, and released into the confluence of Pathariya and Kadha rivers.
Fish-keeper Malal had informed the police after spotting crocodile in the pond. A team from the Police Post Satti headed by In-charge Dault Pujara had rescued the crocodile.
The fish pond is one kilometer away from the Patharaiya River.
Published Date: Thursday, August 15th, 2019 | 10:34 PM
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