YuShocking discovery. According to the police in the city of Cairns, located in the state of Queensland (northeast Australia), the remains of a missing Australian man were found inside two crocodiles. According to the authorities, the man went fishing in waters infested with these reptiles, authorities reported on Wednesday, May 3. Police said the 65-year-old, identified by Australian media as Kevin Darmody, went on a fishing trip in north Queensland with locals on Saturday.
According to the police, Group A crocodile to start fishing. Cairns Police Inspector Mark Henderson said witnesses later heard the man “screaming, screaming very loudly, followed by a huge splash”.
Rangers armed with rifles later killed two several-meter-long alligators in Lakefield National Park, where the group had congregated. The inspector declared that the expertise performed on the crawlers had “unfortunately made it possible to identify the remains of the missing man”, who described a “tragic end”.
He was a “very nice guy,” said the police officer, a bar manager from a rural village in the north of the state. Queensland Crocodile land warned Michael Joyce, who is in charge of animal and plant issues in the area. “If you find yourself in the water and especially if you’re in Lakefield, it’s specifically identified as [l’un des sites pour la] Crocodile protection, you should expect to see crocodiles in this water. »
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