Crocodiles are reptiles known to be living in water bodies and sometimes could be seen on the surface of the water bodies. They are sometimes also seen on the banks of water bodies temporary. Not so long ago, there was a news about crocodile coming into the Town of Techiman. That looked quiet mysterious, however this seems to have happened again.
According to reports, this happened at place called Sansama where the reptile was seen in a gutter just like the previous one. This time, it was under a table. In an interview with one woman in the crowd gathered, she stated that, the reason for this situation could result from the pollution of one River known as 'Atweredan' which has made it uncomfortable for the stay of the crocodiles. In an interview with one environmental officer identified as Mr Koran on Radio Link in Techiman, he revealed that the coming of crocodiles from the rivers to the town could signify a Traditional Implication or be caused by the pollution of the rivers in the Town.
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