Last week, a crocodile was found in a luggage compartment of an aircraft by an employee of the Australian airline Qantas. Escaped from his cage, he fortunately was quickly extinguished. According to the website of Le Parisien, a crocodile was found trying to move freely among the baggage of an aircraft of the airline Qantas by an employee of the latter. According to the spokesperson of the company, the reptile, which is fortunately small, would have escaped from his cage during a flight from Melbourne in the south to Brisbane, located to the east. He had previously been transported by freight company Australian Air Express. According to the spokesman for the company, "the animal was quickly caught." Following this incident rare, one investigation was conducted to determine whether the safety standard for this type of transport were observed. Australians and crocodiles, a great story This is not the first time that a crocodile was found in a place where he would not have been. Six months ago, an Australian 65 years and almost died while cleaning a cabin on stilts leased sinners in Queensland. The man had indeed had to deal with the presence of a reptile in the cabin when he found himself trapped in the house flooded with water. Fortunately for him, he could find refuge on a pool table. In January, it is a family of Darwin, waking up one morning, discovered a crocodile prowling in the lounge. "We opened the door to our room, we watched in our living room, and there was a crocodile. It was totally weird. Normally, you can not find crocodiles in your living room", said Jo Dodd chain ABC television at his home in Darwin. The animal was 1m70
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