Daintree River crocodile dare off the cards after population bounces back

A crocodile eyes the camera as it slips into the Daintree River.

A Far North Queensland crocodile researcher says locals with fond memories of swimming in waterways free of crocodiles enjoyed an “unnatural time” that is unlikely to return. Key points:Crocodiles were almost hunted to extinction in QueenslandA recent survey proves numbers have almost completely recoveredAuthorities say making smart decisions around waterways is now more vital than everEstuarine crocodile populations in the region were decimated by hunters in the 1950s and 60s, and by…


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