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She disappeared after a hunting trip, and the remains of a man were found in the stomachs of two crocodiles
Incident-” Crocodile land “: this is the nickname of the Queensland region located in northeastern Australia. The sad fate of Kevin Darmody confirms this name. The 65-year-old disappeared after going fishing with his friends, but his remains were found in the carcasses of two crocodiles on the Cape York Peninsula, reports The local police announced on Wednesday, May 3.
Darmody was an experienced fisherman recognized in Cape York society. According to law enforcement, the group has repelled an alligator so they can start hunting. Witnesses later heard the man Scream, scream loudly, followed by a big splash”said Mark Henderson, Cairns Police Inspector. One of the hunters present at the scene, John Beatty, said he rushed, “But there was no trace of him, only his slippers left behind on the bench, and nothing else.”
Tragic and unusual ending
After two days of searching, the rangers armed with guns ended up shooting two crocodiles several meters long in Lakefield National Park, where the group had congregated. experiment conducted on two reptiles’ It allowed, unfortunately, the identification of the remains of the missing man.said the inspector who described tragic end.
This is explained by Michael Joyce, who is in charge of animal and plant issues in the region “If you’re in the water and especially if you’re in Lakefield, which is specifically designated as a crocodile (site), you should expect to see crocodiles in those waters.”. In fact, since crocodile hunting was banned in Queensland in 1974, the population of these reptiles has increased from 5,000 to 30,000. But if crossing them is a frequent occurrence, fatal attacks remain rare: Kevin Darmody is the 13th to die this way since 1985 .
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