Video: A predatory crocodile was suddenly spotted in the northern Jordan Valley in northern Jordan

2024-04-15 2024-04-15T17:03:22Z
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Weather of Arabia - A short video clip captured the sudden appearance of a huge crocodile in the Al-Hamma area in the northern Jordan Valley region, northern Jordan, in the waters near the neighboring border. The appearance of this crocodile, which reaches a length of about two meters, has alarmed local residents because of its rarity and danger at the same time.

The two young men, Abu Joud Malkawi and Elias Hamadeh, were able to take some photos and a video clip of the crocodile, as it was hiding among the trees or wandering under the water, according to what appears in the video.

According to Malkawi, he spotted the crocodile several times during the last week, and a sheep shepherd informed him that it had preyed on a ewe from his flock and dragged it into the water.

Malkawi warned residents and visitors of the area of the danger of the presence of this crocodile, calling on the competent authorities to take quick action to transfer it to a reserve or zoo before it causes harm to anyone.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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