Vadodara Floods: Citizens, Authorities And Even Dogs Battle Crocodiles From Vishwamitri River

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Multiple crocodiles have been sighted in the third-largest city in Gujarat, with visuals of authorities, residents and even dogs attempting to manage them emerging. Here are some of the videos which show the crocs moving freely through the city streets:

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Updated On:

As relief efforts are still going on in Gujarat's flood-hit Vadodara, another situation has tensed up the city's residents. 

Multiple crocodiles have been sighted in the third-largest city in Gujarat, with visuals of authorities, residents and even dogs attempting to manage them emerging. Here are some of the videos which show the crocs moving freely through the city streets:

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One such incident witnessed a crocodile attacking a stray dog which was standing right outside an apartment building. Watch the scary video here:

In another video, people are seen grouping up and trying to trap a crocodile:

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This video shows a crocodile swimming through another residential area. Here's the video:

Another one was seen casually strolling on the street:

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The reason so many crocodiles have shown up on Vadodara's streets is because of the overflowing Vishwamitri River. The city streets which now seem nothing short of flowing streams have become home to these crocodiles. Meanwhile, latest reports suggest, however, that the situation is likely to improve with heavy rains taking a backseat

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