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Crocodiles moved from world's tallest statue






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Over 300 crocodiles in India are moving. They are too near a tourist sight. The crocs could be a danger to tourists near the Statue of Unity. It is the world's tallest statue. Tourist seaplanes land on a reservoir near the sight. This is where the crocs live. They could attack tourists. Some of the crocs are over three meters long.

Animal lovers are angry. One said the government is risking the lives and safety of the crocodiles. An environmental magazine editor said the idea was crazy. A journalist said moving the crocodiles could break India's wildlife laws. Another official said they had to move the crocodiles for "security reasons".

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