27 Feb '12, 7am

Real or not? Monster crocodile sighted at Seletar Reservoir

Real or not? Monster crocodile sighted at Seletar Reservoir

Speculation is rife among netizens over these pictures of a monstrous crocodile apparently spotted at Seletar Reservoir. Based on the pictures, the crocodile appears to be over four metres long. Estuarine crocodiles are indigenous to Singapore and can reach a length of up to eight metres in length. They subsist mainly on large fish and animals, as well as carrion. STOMPer Tang wrote: "Someone posted these photos on a local fish forum, showing a crocodile at Seletar Reservoir. "According to the poster, he went fishing in the lower Seletar area and found this crocodile resting on a grass patch. "He says signs have already been put up to warn people about resident crocodiles, but since Seletar Reservoir connects to several bodies of water open to the public, it is good for the public to know that our reservoirs do indeed contain crocodiles."

Full article: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sgseen/this_urban...

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