More than 100 crocodiles, alligators rescued from Toronto house

TORONTO: More than a hundred crocodiles and alligators were rescued from a house in Toronto.

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According to a foreign news agency, a man in Toronto had raised them to adulthood.

Indian River Reptile Zoo’s Bry Loyst stated that the crocodiles were living in the aquarium for 10 years.

He added that the house owner started keeping the animals as pets after he fell in love with them.

Loyst said that the animals are doing fine and there are no significant danger to their lives. He added that the former owner of the crocodiles are donating to expanding the zoo’s rescue facility.

It took 20 volunteers and eight hours to shift the animals to the zoo.

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