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Re: Forestry Dept gives green light to kill croc !
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how about the Bujang Senang? or something like that, that had attacked the village so many times and eaten so many human and regarded as the world's largest croc (if not mistaken?)

The authorities approved the permission to kill it, just it, just that alone, which caused threats.

but they should never allow massive killings.

Posted on: 2006/9/10 22:41
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Bujang Senang died many years ago, shot by a shotgun. His skull is on display at Jong's croc farm.

There is no mass killing of croc, permit is issued only to the attacking croc.

Posted on: 2006/9/10 22:45
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I know I know, it's easier for them to just say it.

But how would they know which one actually attacks the village?

I can kill any of it even though it never attracked the village, but I can claim that the authority gave us the green light.

By the time they realised their mistakes, it woukd have been too late.

It is easy for them to just lit up the green light, but no parameters have been set, no boundries have been set up, no line has been drawn, how would you know?

Posted on: 2006/9/10 22:48
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That's the mystery, everytime they caught the croc, there are human parts in its stomach.

Chinese newspaper always has the photos.

I am no croc expert, but the bomoh knows what he is doing.

Posted on: 2006/9/10 22:50
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Of course, it's the newspaper, everybody look at it.

You dont have to be a croc expert to figure out how this act is considered as animal cruelty.

Just like how the figure of my avatar sends out army troops to invade a country and killed innocent lives.

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what is your point of the argument, edgar?
you are making a pointless argument again.

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what is your point of the argument, edgar?
you are making a pointless argument again.


My point being, that this implementation is heading straight to animal cruelty.

They are giving out permission to kill the crocs, which could benefit the 'real' croc hunters, not Steve Irwin's type of hunter, but to those who hunt for their meat and skins.

Now that this green light had been on, it will lead to wild killings of these crocs, because simply, they are told to do so, and the authority is giving them permission to do so.

I am reflecting back to Bush adminstration, when he invaded Iraq just to hunt for someone, but ended up with killing innocent lives.

How would they know which crocs attacks the village? They all look almost the same and identical. Their main target is to kill the crocs that had attacked the village, but what they are doing right now, is to try to kill all crocs so that the village will not be attacked anymore?

Posted on: 2006/9/11 7:36
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What has IRAQ got to do with Sarawak crocs?

Oh I know, thousands of innocent crocs are killed because Edgar said some Bush lookalike is going on a rampage in Batang Lupar, using M-4 Carbine with Nades launcher.

Besides the crocs, collateral damage are taking toll on the local Nipah and Bakau plant as well. Thousand of local plants loss their life due to airstrike from the Croc hunters.

UN and Red Cross has currently sent their own unit to survey the damages.

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Same act and mentality, that's what best describe my explanation

Cool, so has the crocs given up yet?

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News update !
I think the croc reached paradise in Australia zoo.



Quote:

Study on croc density to better manage its population

KUCHING: Sarawak Forestry is carrying out a study on the crocodile density in Kampung Bako and Kuching wetland areas.

Kampung Bako is where one of the reptiles attacked a boy recently.

Its chief wildlife warden, Wilfred Landong, said the findings would enable the department to appropriately manage the crocodile population.

“Kampung Bako is one of the hotspots for research on crocodiles,” he said in a press statement.

Landong said investigations showed that a Year Six pupil Mohd Azuan Hatta, 12, was attacked by a crocodile while swimming in Sg Bako near his house over a week ago.

The search for the missing boy is still on and his family has engaged bomohs to help capture the reptile.

Landong said crocodile sightings in the Kampung Bako area were common and he advised villagers to be extra careful when doing their daily chores near the riverbanks.

He said the adult male saltwater crocodiles were typically 5m long but the bigger ones could measure up to 7m in length.

“Female crocodiles are much smaller than males, with typical female body lengths in the range of 2.5m to 3m.”

Landong said while the estuarine crocodile, known locally as buaya katak, was a protected animal, its killing was allowed if the reptile threatened or endangered human life.

Under the Wildlife Protection (Amendment) Ordinance, 2003, any wildlife officer or other authorised person may shoot or capture any wild animal that is a danger to human lives or property.

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