1-metre Crocodile spotted in Pasir Ris Park


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becareful of your pets when u are strolling or jogging in the park.
 

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i would love too see more saltys :) hope they not gonna like get rid of them.
 

sORe-EyEz

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dun get rid? must wait for :hung: den take action? :nono: if it can grow beyond 2.5m its dangerous.
 

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omg one cs user just posted pics of the crop last week and we urged him not to post it elsewhere so authorities wont catch it! is it the same croc???\


http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=388761&page=2&highlight=crocs
it is the very same one.

dun get rid? must wait for :hung: den take action? :nono: if it can grow beyond 2.5m its dangerous.
Saltwater crocs have been recorded (quite often) to grow up to 8m. go the zoo take a look, they got some HUGE ones at the zoo. although i don't think they should"get rid of it", they should relocate it la. pasir ris there got so many ppl who go down to the river bank and all, if it grows bigger might be dangerous for it and us humans who always go and ji siao wildlife.
 

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1 meter only, power slam it lar. or do a ankle lock.
if i not wrong newspaper stated 3 crocs sighted. u lock their tiny legs for wad? :bsmilie: its their jaws u should lock. 9lives very fast use up de if size up opponents wrongly...

getting rid of them does not always mean death, maybe tranquiliser shots & bring them into captivity?
 

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if i not wrong newspaper stated 3 crocs sighted. u lock their tiny legs for wad? :bsmilie: its their jaws u should lock. 9lives very fast use up de if size up opponents wrongly...

getting rid of them does not always mean death, maybe tranquiliser shots & bring them into captivity?
nope, they using nets/traps to catch it/them. haha hopefully they dun put them/it down lo.
 

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nope, they using nets/traps to catch it/them. haha hopefully they dun put them/it down lo.
if end up in some croc farm, its $$ to operators. dun kill now, but later likely will?... :think:

now more important nobody is hurt or :hung: b-cos of them. therefore they cant remain in publicly accessible places much longer.
 

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if end up in some croc farm, its $$ to operators. dun kill now, but later likely will?... :think:

now more important nobody is hurt or :hung: b-cos of them. therefore they cant remain in publicly accessible places much longer.
haha i agree, first priority is (unfortunately) to remove them from the river. but some nature lovers will disagree and say that we humans are intruding on their habitat etc etc. haha
 

sORe-EyEz

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haha i agree, first priority is (unfortunately) to remove them from the river. but some nature lovers will disagree and say that we humans are intruding on their habitat etc etc. haha
still its in our best interest e danger is not there, there r other sane & safe options to get close to nature. being close to large & possibly hungry carnivorous animals is just not 1 of them.

kindly sign a death note at nearest NPP b4 doing so... :bsmilie:
 

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i would love too see more saltys :) hope they not gonna like get rid of them.
saltys are one of the croc family that doesn't hesitate to eat a human if given a chance, much like the nile croc.
 

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it makes me wonder the recent news on no swimming at pasir ris is becos of the content of the sea water or the croc
 

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it makes me wonder the recent news on no swimming at pasir ris is becos of the content of the sea water or the croc
croc pee & poop, dirty the water there. so maybe there's a direct link. :think:
 

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