April 11 Recently, a hunter in South Carolina, USA, after hunting a crocodile along the Edisto River, took him to a store for an autopsy. After anatomy, he found that the crocodile was actually a “serior”.
According to the New York Post, Ned McNealley came to a store on the 9th with a 12-foot-long (3.7 meters) crocodile weighing 445 pounds (201.8 kilograms) for an autopsy. The shop is a butcher shop, and the sideline is animal specimen production.
“We don’t usually cut the crocodile’s belly, but today it’s open,” the clerk said on Facebook. After dissecting the crocodile, the clerk found five puppy nameplates, a magazine, a spark plug, many turtle shells, and several bobcat claws and other indigestible items.
The clerk found that there were two puppy nameplates that were still clearly identifiable, and a phone number could be connected.
The man who answered said that he lost a hound 24 years ago while hunting near the site where the alligator was killed.