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3-metre crocodile at Woodlands Waterfront almost reeled-in by angler

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On 18 May 2016, Youtuber James Khoo uploaded the video of what he claims is a 10-feet crocodile in Woodlands Waterfront.
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Then on 5 June, he uploaded another video of an amateur fisherman who he claimed had caught the crocodile in his line.
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The video showed the angler trying to reel in a large shadowy figure from the water at Woodlands Waterfront’s jetty. He can be seen tugging on his fishing rod with all his strength against the animal’s pull. But his line eventually snapped.Follow us on Social Media

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