Cooling finds in the stomach of a crocodile provoke fear that the monster predator could have eaten a MAN
- An orthopedic plate was found in the stomach of a massive crocodile
- Cold discovery made by employees of Koorana Crocodile Farm in Queensland
- Employees performed an autopsy on the recently deceased beast named MJ
The fear has been raised that a crocodile has eaten a human being after farm workers have found an orthopedic sign in his stomach.
Employees of Koorana Crocodile Farm, in Queensland, made the hair-raising find while performing an autopsy on the recently deceased beast named MJ.
& # 39; Imagine our surprise when we opened the bowels of this large crocodile and found what looks like an orthopedic board, & # 39; read a message from the farm Tuesday.
Employees of Koorana Crocodile Farm, in Queensland, made the hair-raising find while performing an autopsy on the recently deceased beast named MJ
& # 39; So what did MJ do?
& # 39; He was a wild-caught Queensland crocodile that we had purchased from another farm years ago. No staff and pets are missing here! So for now it's a mystery …
& # 39; Anyway, he should have been eating something with more nutritional value! & # 39;
Social media users have speculated about where the orthopedic plate may have come from, with many assuming there may be another death that needs to be resolved.
Fears have been lifted after an orthopedic plate was found in the stomach of a massive crocodile
Owner John Lever (photo) says he had tried to trace where the device came from
& # 39; Maybe he chews on surgical waste that has been dumped illegally. I would not like to think differently, & a woman wrote on the post.
& # 39; I would ask missing persons, & # 39; another person said.
& # 39; It looks like someone needed a body … & # 39; another said.
When a crocodile dies on the farm, the workers always open their stomach in an attempt to find the cause of death.
Employees usually find stones, onion bags, broken bottles, hooks and plastic – but they had never found an orthopedic board before.
Social media users were amazed by the post. Many assumed that something insidious was going on in Queensland
Owner John Lever told the ABC he had tried to trace where the device came from.
& # 39; We are trying to track it down to see if it is being used in the veterinary industry or the medical industry.
He said he would hand the device over to the police as soon as the results returned.
& # 39; I would have them look on the board to see if they wanted to do forensic investigations.
& # 39; But I don't see them getting anything from this plate if it has been in the stomach of a crocodile for six years – we know – and probably six to twenty (years) before that. & # 39;
When a crocodile dies on the farm, the workers always open their stomach in an attempt to find out their cause of death
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