Another crocodile emerges in Hong Kong dump

A live crocodile has been found dumped in a fish tank at a Hong Kong garbage site, the second time in 9 years that a croc has surfaced in the densely populated urban jungle in Asia. On December 10, the 4-foot, 5-kilogram croc was thought to have been dumped by a pet owner. Conservation officials are still deciding whether to relocate the reptile at a wetland park where its predecessor Pui Pui, a saltwater crocodile that made headlines after it was spotted in a Hong Kong river in 2003, is at.

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