Tragedy as crocodiles gulps more than 15 people {VIDEO}

Tragedy as crocodiles gulps more than 15 people {VIDEO} ••

At least 16 people have been reported dead from crocodile attacks for the past seven months in Zimbabwe.

According to a recent study by the country’s wildlife officials, about sixteen people were attacked by the deadly reptile between the months of January and July.

At least five other people sustained severe injuries from the attacks between the same period.

The report further suggested that that number is one of the highest ever recorded in as many years.

Crocodiles are confirming to be a huge scare in the country. Courtesy: Mail Online

Laxity in crocodile-infested waterways has been attributed to most of these deaths.

Another possibility is that people are becoming less careful, with some venturing into waterways complacently.

The South African nation has about 26 per cent of its land surface under wildlife.

According to authorities, wildlife officials are working around the clock to ensure it eliminates the existent human-wildlife conflict.

Residents have also been challenged to report presence of wildlife in their area.

Tragedy as crocodiles gulps more than 15 people

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