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Part Australia under water: crocodiles roam through town

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BRISBANE – The north of the Australian state of Queensland is struggling with heavy flooding as a result of days rainfall. In some parts in a week’s time, more than 1000 milliliters of water cases, report Australian media. The authorities in the region to ,,disaster area’ is declared.

Residents of Ingham report on social media that the animals in the meantime by the city of roam.

In the town of Ingham on the east coast are over two hundred homes under water. Also further to the north, in Innisfail, had people to leave their homes.

Another problem that occurs are crocodiles. Residents of Ingham report on social media that the animals in the meantime by the city of roam. According to krokodillenonderzoeker Toby Millyard are the reptiles known to flood to use to go to other areas to travel to search for food.

,,Some crocodiles use the water to move. They are smart animals,” said Millyard. ,,It is easy for them to stay away from. As long as you are not in the water or on the edge, there is nothing to worry about.’

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