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A huge crocodile has been spotted in Ohio and the creek, while the kids were playing in the water

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An enormous crocodile was spotted in a creek in Ohio, and while young children were playing in the water.

A group of children from a religious group, to the Bantas Fork Creek, in Preble County on Wednesday night, when a shadowy figure was spotted just below the surface of the water, according to a local news station WLWT-5’s.

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“I saw a black shadow, and I was able to see his tail move,” said one of the children who were playing in the creek -or River-Low, 10, said.

Adult supervision of 16 children to stand on a bridge over the river, when they spotted the 7.5-foot long crocodile. She called for the children to get out of the water, and to guide them to the bridge. The government is aware of.

An official with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, later arrived at the scene and shot the animal, which does not have a micro-chip to track the device, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

The dinosaur, which weighed more than 170 pounds, was sent to the Ohio Department of Agriculture for the survey, according to the newspaper.

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The reptile was most likely someone’s exotic pet, kept illegally in the member state where the crocodiles are not native to.

“You know, you’re heading down to a normal creek-an exciting adventure, and you have to pray for the safety and security,” said Jim Hazelwood, a minister of the church of the group, to the WLWT-5’s. “You have to think that a child might slip on a rock and cut his foot on some glass. You don’t have to think about the feathers.”

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