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Crocodiles took the Oaxaca beaches during the quarantine

Crocodiles took the Oaxaca beaches during the quarantine
Crocodiles took the Oaxaca beaches during the quarantine

It is nothing new thanks to this quarantine and the absence of tourists in many of the world’s great destinations. This has resulted in many wild animals visiting resorts.

The Ventanillas beach in Mexico received a surprise visit from a group of crocodiles. They walked on the sand and also on the sea, without fear of the dangers that would normally happen if there were tourists.

A little over a month ago, tourists have not been able to enter the beach, nor have fishermen been able to resume their work. Due to this, these animals were able to return to their natural habitat.

“This type of crocodile is native to the Ventanilla lagoon and now they can enjoy their habitat without fear. Thanks to the restriction of access to the area where the reptiles were. ” Esau Zabaleta, from Facebook.

Not long ago, the Office of the Attorney General for Environmental Protection started a project in this area to create a federal reserve where these types of animals could be housed and kept safe. Avoiding attacks by wildlife on people, although unfortunately this project was canceled due to the lack of economic resources to maintain the protected area.

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