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see crocodilecrocodile,
large, carnivorous reptile of the order Crocodilia, found in tropical and subtropical regions. Crocodiles live in swamps or on river banks and catch their prey in the water. They have flattened bodies and tails, short legs, and powerful jaws.
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1.5 5 Community meetings for mobilizing of local organized communities organizations for creating sense of ownership for Conserving and protecting Marsh Crocodile and smooth coated otter.
2.3 To mobilize and establish Nara and Chotiari conservation forum for sustainable conservation of the Marsh Crocodile and smooth coated otter.
Similarly, avifauna, Hog deer, smooth-coated otter and marsh crocodile in Sanghar District have also been studied (Roberts, 1991, 1992, 1997; Ghalib et al., 1999; Azam et al., 2002; Javed and Rehman, 2004; Gachal et al., 2007; Rais et al., 2008, 2009).
While Rock Python and Indian Marsh Crocodile were recorded as Threatened Species.
The condition in which the marsh crocodile was being kept in the zoo was indeed alarming, observed the court.
The court held that while the management of the zoo conceded that it was not equipped to take proper care of the marsh crocodile, the federal government through the climate change ministry secretary was directed to hold a meeting with the representative of WWF-Pakistan, IWMB and the director Marghzar Zoo within three days.
IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah observed that marsh crocodile was a non-exhibit animal.
The condition in which the marsh crocodile is kept in the zoo is indeed alarming, observed the court.
The condition in which the marsh crocodile has been kept in the zoo is indeed alarming.
The court directed the government to take steps to prevent further harm to the marsh crocodile.
As you head further upstream, you can spot marsh crocodiles and gharials casually sunbathing on the sandy banks.