Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

News

Giant Crocodile Spotted Stomping Through A Road In Eastern Thailand

gigantic
Picture: Facebook

Last week, a giant crocodile was sighted rampaging through the rainy streets of Chachoengsao province in eastern Thailand.

People driving through the rain in Bang Kaew district are taken aback as they thought what they saw earlier was a monitor lizard. Surprisingly, it was actually a giant crocodile.

gigantic

Picture: Facebook

A Facebook video shows the two-meter-long animal strolling through heavy rain on the road before heading into a pond.

You can watch the full video below:

A rescue team was able to get the crocodile out of the city, but everyone is still wondering how the crocodile got there in the first place.

This isn’t the first time a crocodile was found in the area. This suggests that there is a crocodile farm nearby with poor security. In addition to that, people in the area would like whoever is raising the crocodiles to strengthen their security so that crocodiles don’t start showing up in the area again.

For your information, crocodile farms are common in Thailand. This is because crocodile meat is a tasty treat that Thai people enjoy. However, during the pandemic, buyers of crocodiles in bulk canceled their purchases, causing crocodile breeders to reduce their prices.

What’s more, crocodile sightings are more frequent during rainy seasons.

Sources: The Thaiger, Facebook

You May Also Like

News

A tremendous fire destroyed a house in Thailand and claimed the lives of a family of three: a couple, and their infant son as...

News

A group of tourists from Malaysia planned a road trip around Betong Town, Thailand. Nevertheless, the state of Betong’s road did not allow them...

News

On Tuesday night, during the Thai holiday of Loy Krathong, a man drowned after he and his wife slipped into a canal connected to...

News

The Thaiger reports that a teacher at a prestigious school in Hat Yai, Thailand has murdered her autistic 5-year-old son by smothering him with...

Advertisement

Copyright © 2021 Siakap Keli Sdn. Bhd.