Staff beat back crocodiles with broom as Australian Reptile Park floods

Staff beat back crocodiles with broom as Australian Reptile Park floods

Flash flooding at the Australian Wildlife Park on the New South Wales north coast has forced the relocation of some of the zoo’s inhabitants. Zoo keepers can be seen carrying drenched koalas and beating back two crocodiles with a broom. The park’s pathways have turned into rivers and one crocodile gets scarily close to escaping as the water nears the top of its pen. The flooding has blocked off the park’s entry points, forcing the Central Coast wildlife sanctuary to close for the day due to visitor safety


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