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Kenyans Kill Giant Crocodile To Look For Girl’s Body Inside It’s Belly!

In a strange incident, wardens from Kenya Wildlife Services ( KWS ) in Embu have decided to kill a giant crocodile to search for the body of a 7-year-old school girl inside it’s belly.

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The unfortunate class 2 pupil at Karura Primary School at Karura village was attacked by dangerous animals last week on Tuesday as she was trying to fetch water from Kiambere dam at 6pm in the County of Embu.

After cutting the belly of the fat crocodile, the warden officers didn’t find the body of the young school girl, King’ola Mwendwa Mawia, according to Nairobi News.

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On Thursday, some villagers said they saw a crocodile carrying away the body of the young school girl.

Kenya Wildlife Service officers shot a huge sized crocodile which was suspected to have swallowed the girl’s body.

But unfortunately, they never found the body inside it’s stomach.

The father to the dead girl, Mr Mwendwa John pleaded to KWS officers to widen the search to be able to find the girl’s body for barrial.

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