Mayors in Queensland’s far north call for council rangers to be able to capture problem crocodiles rather than wait for state wildlife officers to take action

Rogue crocodiles are terrorising communities in Queensland’s far north and Indigenous councils are pleading for greater powers to deal with them before someone is killed.

They want the state government to give their rangers the authority to capture and relocate problem crocodiles from local waterways.

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Source: Guardian Environment