Workers in India are moving 300 crocodiles they are too a new tourist sight. Officials in India's of Gujarat say the crocs could be a to tourists visiting the Statue of Unity. The opened last October. It is 182m high and is the statue in the world. It is next to a reservoir. Tourism want the giant reptiles moved so tourist can land on the reservoir. If the crocodiles stayed, they could attack tourists. Officials are using cages to catch the animals. Some of the crocs are over 3m . They are going to a new home in another of Gujarat.
Animal are angry the crocodiles are moving. One said: "The government is disturbing their and putting their lives at . [It] hasn't thought out where it will release the captured crocodiles ." The editor of an magazine, Bittu Sahgal, said the idea to move the crocodiles was . He asked if people had lost their . An Indian journalist and , Pritish Nandy, said moving the crocodiles could break India's wildlife protection . Another official said the crocodiles had to go for " reasons".