Swarm of Crocodiles Eat Their Farm Boss Alive
In a devastating incident, a farmer named Luan Nam was tragically killed by a group of 40 crocodiles on his farm in the Siem Reap commune of Cambodia. The horrific event unfolded when Luan Nam entered the enclosure to retrieve an egg-laying crocodile but found himself in a life-threatening situation.
The aggressive animal attacked him, causing the man to lose his balance and fall into the enclosure. The situation quickly escalated as the other crocodiles joined in, overwhelming the man and inflicting severe injuries that resulted in his death, according to The New York Post. Despite warnings from the community about the dangers of his occupation, Luan Nam chose to persist in his work.
Crocodiles are native to Cambodia and a few other Asian countries. In Cambodia, these animals can be found in various habitats, such as rivers, lakes, and wetlands. The Asian country is home to two species of crocodiles: the Siamese crocodile, known as Crocodylus siamensis, as well as the saltwater crocodile, which is also called Crocodylus porosus.
The Siamese crocodile is critically endangered and is primarily found in Cambodia, while small populations are also present in other Southeast Asian countries. The saltwater crocodile, on the other hand, has a wider distribution across Southeast Asian countries, including Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and others.
In recent years, conservation efforts have been unfolded to protect and conserve crocodile species due to their declining populations. Crocodile farms and sanctuaries have been established to promote conservation and provide a safe environment for these animals.
Despite being aggressive towards humans sometimes, crocodiles still play an important role in maintaining the balance and health of their ecosystems. For instance, these creatures create and modify habitats through their nesting and burrowing behaviors. Their nesting sites, which are often mounds of vegetation, provide shelter for other animals and contribute to the overall diversity of the ecosystem.
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