Pattaya Daily News

22 February 2014 :: 14:02:20 pm 82510

Chonburi Inland Fisheries Research And Development Centre Inspects Angry Crocodile

The officers of Chonburi Inland Fisheries Research and Development Centre went to inspect an angry, hungry 2 meter long crocodile that had chased a Thai Airways male employee. The officers found out that it was a 2 year old freshwater crocodile.
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SATTAHIP – Due to the case on February 21, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 12.20 a.m. that Mr. Suraphong Waewthaisong, 41 year old Thai Airways employee, residing at house no. 106/11 Moo 6 Tambon Phlutaluang, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province, found the hungry male crocodile in front of his house which chased after him trying to bite him. Later the rescuers of Sawang Rojjana Tharmmasatharn Foundation, Sattahip, assisted in catching the angry crocodile and waited for the government sector to pick it up to take care of it.

In the afternoon of that day Mr. Sayan Janchuay (the officer of Chonburi Inland Fisheries Research and Development Center, Experienced Level) went to inspect the crocodile and found that it was a Freshwater crocodile, aged 2 years old, weighing over 70 kg. Initially the officer had inspected in the nearby crocodile farms but he found that none had any missing crocodiles and assumed that someone might have smuggled it and were raising it before it escaped. The officer also found that this crocodile was very hungry which made it very vicious. He will take the crocodile to Chonburi Inland Fisheries Research and Development Center in order to inspect and raise it further.

Mr. Sayan also warned people that if anyone finds a crocodile they should not approach it or hit it with any objects but should keep their distance and contact the relevant authorities to deal with the problem.

Reporter : Nirach   Photo : Nirach   Category : Community News

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