Of the 160 crocodiles that escaped from a farm in the Republic of South Africa on 28 February, 52 were reportedly caught.
In a statement made by the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency, it was stated that the alligators escaping from the breeding farm reached 1.5 meters in height.
In the statement, 52 of the escaped crocodiles were caught, while 108 of them were not heard.
In the statement, it was stated that the crocodiles fled as a result of floods due to heavy rains, and that the search work continues.
A search was under way for a large number of crocodiles fleeing a private breeding farm in the western Cape province of the country.
During the searches in which the police and guards participated, people living on the Breede River were warned to stay away from the river.
SAVED THE THREE-MONTH-OLD DOG FROM THE MOUTH OF THE ALLOY