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Pics shows: The crocodile in the water; Animal lovers have reacted with fury after learning that people are feeding a caiman with live cats and dogs for entertainment. An eyewitness with a smartphone filmed the caiman eating a live animal, said to be a cat, near the town of Puerto Berrio in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia. Spectators can be heard in the video cheering when the caiman kills the animal with two powerful bites before submerging into the lake. "Look, it's great," one girl says, while people applaud and scream with excitement at the spectacle. Animal activist Nancy Monterrosa said local cat and dog owners were complaining that their pets were being stolen to feed the caiman. They say residents are feeding the huge reptile, which has made its home in a lake in a local area known as Cano Grecia, for entertainment. Ms Monterrosa said: "The video was sent to me by a person who is very sad as he lost his pet and suspects that it was food for the caiman living there." She said that, apart from the cruelty to the cats and dogs, the residents were endangering themselves by feeding the reptile. She added: "There are several caiman in the area. The situation is out of control and nobody is doing anything about it. "People told me that fishermen have offered to catch them and to take them away to a better place but we do not know what the authorities have said." However, Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of the local environment department, said experts had already visited the area to evaluate the situation. "They visited the area and we hope that in the following days, biologists will arrive there to take it to the Chiqueros area which is its natural habitat," he added. Mr Lascarro warned local people not to feed the animal. He said: "We know that it is new and interesting people but throwing it food and other things is dangerous." Mr Lascarro added that the caiman would not try to leave the lake so long as people were feeding it.
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Pics shows: The crocodile thrusts the pet in the water; Animal lovers have reacted with fury after learning that people are feeding a caiman with live cats and dogs for entertainment. An eyewitness with a smartphone filmed the caiman eating a live animal, said to be a cat, near the town of Puerto Berrio in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia. Spectators can be heard in the video cheering when the caiman kills the animal with two powerful bites before submerging into the lake. "Look, it's great," one girl says, while people applaud and scream with excitement at the spectacle. Animal activist Nancy Monterrosa said local cat and dog owners were complaining that their pets were being stolen to feed the caiman. They say residents are feeding the huge reptile, which has made its home in a lake in a local area known as Cano Grecia, for entertainment. Ms Monterrosa said: "The video was sent to me by a person who is very sad as he lost his pet and suspects that it was food for the caiman living there." She said that, apart from the cruelty to the cats and dogs, the residents were endangering themselves by feeding the reptile. She added: "There are several caiman in the area. The situation is out of control and nobody is doing anything about it. "People told me that fishermen have offered to catch them and to take them away to a better place but we do not know what the authorities have said." However, Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of the local environment department, said experts had already visited the area to evaluate the situation. "They visited the area and we hope that in the following days, biologists will arrive there to take it to the Chiqueros area which is its natural habitat," he added. Mr Lascarro warned local people not to feed the animal. He said: "We know that it is new and interesting people but throwing it food and other things is dangerous." Mr Lascarro added that the caiman would not try to leave the lake so long as people we
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Pics shows: The crocodile thrusts the pet in the water; Animal lovers have reacted with fury after learning that people are feeding a caiman with live cats and dogs for entertainment. An eyewitness with a smartphone filmed the caiman eating a live animal, said to be a cat, near the town of Puerto Berrio in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia. Spectators can be heard in the video cheering when the caiman kills the animal with two powerful bites before submerging into the lake. "Look, it's great," one girl says, while people applaud and scream with excitement at the spectacle. Animal activist Nancy Monterrosa said local cat and dog owners were complaining that their pets were being stolen to feed the caiman. They say residents are feeding the huge reptile, which has made its home in a lake in a local area known as Cano Grecia, for entertainment. Ms Monterrosa said: "The video was sent to me by a person who is very sad as he lost his pet and suspects that it was food for the caiman living there." She said that, apart from the cruelty to the cats and dogs, the residents were endangering themselves by feeding the reptile. She added: "There are several caiman in the area. The situation is out of control and nobody is doing anything about it. "People told me that fishermen have offered to catch them and to take them away to a better place but we do not know what the authorities have said." However, Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of the local environment department, said experts had already visited the area to evaluate the situation. "They visited the area and we hope that in the following days, biologists will arrive there to take it to the Chiqueros area which is its natural habitat," he added. Mr Lascarro warned local people not to feed the animal. He said: "We know that it is new and interesting people but throwing it food and other things is dangerous." Mr Lascarro added that the caiman would not try to leave the lake so long as people we
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Pics shows: The dog in the water being chased by a crocodile; This is the frightening moment a dog narrowly escaped being eaten by a huge caiman after going for a swim in a lake. The incident happened near the town of Puerto Berrio, in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia, where residents were last year accused of feeding pets to a caiman for entertainment. Francisco Villa, the owner of the dog, called Bruno, said his pet regularly enjoyed a swim in the lake and had no idea the caiman (Caiman crocodiles) was there. The knobbly reptile, nicknamed Coco by locals, had been removed from the lake by wildlife officials but had returned within the last few days. Mr Villa said Bruno loved water, adding: "Every time he sees a puddle, he jumps in. The caiman attacked him and dragged him under, but somehow Bruno managed to get out of there and escape from the attack." A video filmed by an eyewitness shows Bruno swimming with difficulty to the water's edge where he was dragged out by his owner. Local residents, fearing a pet or even a child will be killed, are now calling for action following the failure of the operation to move the caiman away from people. Resident Angel Gaviria said: "A kid could be eaten by the animal, so it is important that the authorities should do something, because it is dangerous." Wildlife officials say there is no point in moving the caiman again as it will only return and are considering what to do next. Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of environment department in Puerto Berrio, said: "We need an environmental education campaign so that people don't encourage these animals by giving them food." Residents were caught on camera last year applauding as the caiman attacked live cats and dogs which had been thrown into the lake for entertainment. Caimans, a close relative of the alligator, inhabit Central and South America where they live in habitats from marshes and swamps to mangrove rivers and lakes.
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Pics shows: The dog in the water being chased by a crocodile; This is the frightening moment a dog narrowly escaped being eaten by a huge caiman after going for a swim in a lake. The incident happened near the town of Puerto Berrio, in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia, where residents were last year accused of feeding pets to a caiman for entertainment. Francisco Villa, the owner of the dog, called Bruno, said his pet regularly enjoyed a swim in the lake and had no idea the caiman (Caiman crocodiles) was there. The knobbly reptile, nicknamed Coco by locals, had been removed from the lake by wildlife officials but had returned within the last few days. Mr Villa said Bruno loved water, adding: "Every time he sees a puddle, he jumps in. The caiman attacked him and dragged him under, but somehow Bruno managed to get out of there and escape from the attack." A video filmed by an eyewitness shows Bruno swimming with difficulty to the water's edge where he was dragged out by his owner. Local residents, fearing a pet or even a child will be killed, are now calling for action following the failure of the operation to move the caiman away from people. Resident Angel Gaviria said: "A kid could be eaten by the animal, so it is important that the authorities should do something, because it is dangerous." Wildlife officials say there is no point in moving the caiman again as it will only return and are considering what to do next. Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of environment department in Puerto Berrio, said: "We need an environmental education campaign so that people don't encourage these animals by giving them food." Residents were caught on camera last year applauding as the caiman attacked live cats and dogs which had been thrown into the lake for entertainment. Caimans, a close relative of the alligator, inhabit Central and South America where they live in habitats from marshes and swamps to mangrove rivers and lakes.
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Pics shows: The dog being pulled out of the water in the last second; This is the frightening moment a dog narrowly escaped being eaten by a huge caiman after going for a swim in a lake. The incident happened near the town of Puerto Berrio, in north-western Colombia's department of Antioquia, where residents were last year accused of feeding pets to a caiman for entertainment. Francisco Villa, the owner of the dog, called Bruno, said his pet regularly enjoyed a swim in the lake and had no idea the caiman (Caiman crocodiles) was there. The knobbly reptile, nicknamed Coco by locals, had been removed from the lake by wildlife officials but had returned within the last few days. Mr Villa said Bruno loved water, adding: "Every time he sees a puddle, he jumps in. The caiman attacked him and dragged him under, but somehow Bruno managed to get out of there and escape from the attack." A video filmed by an eyewitness shows Bruno swimming with difficulty to the water's edge where he was dragged out by his owner. Local residents, fearing a pet or even a child will be killed, are now calling for action following the failure of the operation to move the caiman away from people. Resident Angel Gaviria said: "A kid could be eaten by the animal, so it is important that the authorities should do something, because it is dangerous." Wildlife officials say there is no point in moving the caiman again as it will only return and are considering what to do next. Cesar Augusto Lascarro, secretary of environment department in Puerto Berrio, said: "We need an environmental education campaign so that people don't encourage these animals by giving them food." Residents were caught on camera last year applauding as the caiman attacked live cats and dogs which had been thrown into the lake for entertainment. Caimans, a close relative of the alligator, inhabit Central and South America where they live in habitats from marshes and swamps to mangrove rivers and lakes.
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