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Old Mar 31st 2008, 1:07 pm
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I saw on the news tonight that crocs are being found as far south as Adelaide! Apparently people were at a local look-out at Glenelg out when a family of crocs was spotted in the ocean, hunting fish. There was some speculation that maybe crocs managed to somehow get out of Adelaide Zoo, although that's being obviously branded as ridiculous and impossible by Zoo management as crocs can only dig a metre or two.
Crocodiles always return to the place they were born apparently, so someone must be illegally breeding them down there for their hand bag potential!!
Apparently they are being relocated to Brisbane by special plane and let go at SeaWorld in a special viewing tank before being executed. Wonders will never cease.

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Old Apr 1st 2008, 6:26 am
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By the way.....this was just a little April Fools Day joke.
Man..I'll have to think of something better next year!!!
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not funny.....
thats one of the biggest selling points of addie to our kids - theyve only got sharks to deal with!
ok spiders and snakes etc but no crocs or stingers..
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I just thought I'd see how much the media has affected the gullibility factor, hee hee.
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