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Wildlife authority transfers 600kg crocodile from Rubirizi.Publish Date: Oct 01, 2012
Wildlife authority transfers 600kg crocodile from Rubirizi.
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A UWA worker checking the crocodile that was caught in Kazinga Channel
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By CHRIS MUGASHA

A 15-year-old man-eating crocodile has been relocated from Kazinga Channel in Rubirizi district after it injured two people.
 

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