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How the Sundarbans crocodile came to the local pond after crossing many paths

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The crocodile is healthy and will be released back into the Sundarbans, said Nirmal Kumar Pal, Divisional Conservator of Forests (DFO) of the Department of Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation's Khulna office. He said that from last March 13 to 16, two crocodiles from Karamjal center in Sundarbans, one rescued from a park in Sagardandi in Jessore's Keshabpur upazila and one caught from the nature of Sundarbans – a total of four crocodiles were released in Sundarbans with satellite transmitters attached to their bodies. Among them, the crocodile caught here is the baby of Romeo-Juliet, a crocodile couple from Karamjal Centre. It will be 8 to 10 years old.

For research on crocodiles, the work of releasing them in the river after placing satellite tags on their bodies is being done jointly by the Forest Department and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). They are supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (GIZ).

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