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Flood waters dragged crocodiles and snakes to residential areas in Australia

In the floods caused by heavy rains in Australia, crocodiles and snakes began to appear on the streets.

The city of Townsville in the state of Queensland was flooded due to the opening of the Ross River Dam to prevent the dam from collapsing after the heavy rain.

Thousands of people were evacuated from the city, and some people took to the roofs of their houses for protection.

Thousands of homes in the city had blackouts and the local government warned the locals against the crocodiles, snakes and other wild animals prowling the streets after the flood.

Photos of crocodiles seen on the lawns of residences were shared on social media.

According to weather forecasters, the rain is expected to continue this week.

Osman SEZER
Email: osman@thelondonpost.co.uk

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