Dozens of dangerous but fleeing fish farms, people’s lives in danger
Cape Town: Dozens of dangerous fish escaped from a farm in South Africa, causing panic among the people and the administration started running.
According to the agency, the administration appealed to citizens to stay indoors after reports of fish escaping from a breeding farm in the Western Cape province of South Africa.
According to the administration, several fishermen escaped from the farm and went to a nearby river. However, forest department personnel, police and relevant agencies are searching for them. In this regard, the citizens have been appealed to stay in their homes carefully so as to avoid any loss of life.
When the owner of the farm was informed about the escape of the crocodiles, he immediately contacted the concerned agencies and informed them of the danger and said that the crocodiles could attack humans if they do not get food.
The escaping Nile fish is about 5 meters long. Police said the number of fleeing crocodiles was high, with 27 being caught but more were being sought.
There are about 5,000 crocodiles on the farm and police are trying to determine the exact number of escaped crocodiles.