A SMALL crocodile is among the "dangerous wild animals
" being kept by residents in Warrington.
The 45-year-old believes members of the public are seeing the remnants of those big cats released when the Dangerous Wild Animals
Act was introduced in 1976.
All the while, the trio must fight against dangerous wild animals
and a competing German expedition.
Holly would need to apply to the council for a Zoo Licence or a Dangerous Wild Animals
Licence to keep the animals at home, and GBC said it would be "very happy to help".
When encountering dangerous wild animals
, such as lions and elephants, Hindson said it is important that they see us, the visitors, as one single unit.
Parent Joseph Kamwaro said that using the bushes exposed the young learners to attacks by dangerous wild animals
The matter will be discussed with the family," the KWS officer said.Ms Wendot urged people living near the lake and other water bodies that are habitats of dangerous wild animals
to be cautious when using the water to prevent human-wildlife conflict.
The would-be croc owner has applied for a dangerous wild animals
licence to keep a couple of spectacled caimans.
Shoura members also urged the authority to protect people from dangerous wild animals
in some areas.
In Kirklees, the council has issued just one licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals
According to the Born Free Foundation, there are about 500 dangerous wild animals
being kept by private individuals in Scotland.
The law makes life harder for numerous semi-legal circuses across Russia, which often use dangerous wild animals
in their shows.