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    GSPCA and forest department in a joint operation rescued a 3.5 foot size crocodile from a farm well in Waghodia. The space inside the well is tough to reach as it’s very old and it takes around eight hours for team to complete the rescue.

    As per details Raj Bhavsar from GSPCA received a call from one Arvind Bhai of Narshipura village about a crocodile fell inside a 50 foot deep well inside his farm. Arvindbhai further added that that animal activists tried to rescue the crocodile but failed.

    The well is very old and cave inside anytime so it’s necessary to take utmost care to rescue the crocodile quickly. Raj Bhavsar send his team to check and after confirmation prepared a team of GSPCA volunteers, forest department and launched a operation for crocodile rescue.

    The team started the operation at afternoon 1 pm and carefully rescued the 3.5 foot crocodile at around 8pm from the old well.

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