Crocodile Turns Orange
October 1, 2011 by staff
Crocodile Turns Orange, Autumn is upon us, kids are back to school, football season is underway and the weather and the leaves are changing rapidly throughout the season. Therefore, it is a strange story that Australian crocodile 8 feet 2 inches called Snappy skin has turned from green to orange?
Discovery News reported that healthy green Snappy has changed to an odd shade of orange? Owner Tracy Park Roaming Reptiles Sandstrom said the giant crocodile had recently attacked and ate parts of your water filter is located within its precincts.
“Snappy is very territorial, attacking the filter, after a few weeks, I realized I was turning orange. Does not seem to have affected him at all. He still has a healthy appetite, usually agriculture and is doing everything it always does, “New Yahoo also reported.
A crocodile expert spoke to the Herald Sun and said the alligator appears in perfect health, despite their color, “our estimate is that something in the water such as iron or tannins from the leaves is what which became, of course, the reptile green to orange.
Snappy is expected to eventually return to its normal color of green crocodile, but now visitors can enjoy the splash of extra color of autumn in the park.
Assistant city zoo can visit the Cincinnati Zoo in the fall to enjoy the animals and the changing colors of the season and not see an orange crocodile in Cincinnati, can see a lot of the normal green / Brown, along with one of the best animal exhibits in the country.
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