Severed crocodile head crocs up in japanese Thailand

A fisherman made a jaw-dropping discovery on Friday when he discovered a crocodile head at the Bang Phra reservoir in Si Racha district, Chon Buri province, jap Thailand.
The fisherman posted a photograph of the bodyless croc in the Facebook group ‘Bang Phra Reservoir Fishing Club’ with the caption…
“It was bitten by an area god? Or, how else did it get here?”
Locals looked for the crocodile’s body, which was nowhere to be discovered in the reservoir or surrounding area.
Reporters spoke to 29 year outdated Yuth Pimphot, who discovered the severed head close to the water’s edge when he got here down to the reservoir to fish at 4pm on Friday.
He assumed that the crocodile’s body was eaten by locals, who couldn’t eat its head so decided to dump it on the reservoir. The head looked as if it had been dissected from the body, stated Yuth.
Locals stated the crocodile probably died a quantity of days prior since the meat attached to the back of its head hadn’t decayed yet.
Yuth pried open the croc’s jaws to seek out its tongue missing, too.
The crocodile’s demise is quite clear but the authorities say they may still be investi-gating how its head ended up at the reservoir.
On the identical day, a 2.8-metre-long, one-eyed, blind crocodile escaped from a farm in Nakhon Sawan and into the Ping River.
Crocodile catchers positioned nine items of uncooked hen close to the riverbank where the blind crocodile was final seen and set a snare trap, however the croc continues to be on the loose three days later.
The croc catchers haven’t given up yet as the croc was noticed today in the forest subsequent to the river, about one hundred metres away from where it escaped.
They mentioned they have to be extra cautious because the crocodile is aggressive as a outcome of it hasn’t eaten since Wednesday, February 15. Next, Deadline will release stay chickens to attempt to lure the runaway croc back into captivity..

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