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A 1-meter-long crocodile recently crashed a daycare in China.
最近,一条长约一米的鳄鱼冲进了中国的一所幼儿园。
Video shows the reptile hanging out outside the facility in the city of Naning.
视频显示,这条鳄鱼就在南宁市的这所幼儿园外徘徊游荡。
Concerned by the unexpected guests,the daycare owners called the police.
对于这位不速之客,幼儿园园长立刻报了警。
Authorities said they were able to capture the crocodile and that no one was injured.
警方称已抓住这只鳄鱼,并未造成人员受伤。
The crocodile had managed to escape from a nearby apartment where his being kept as a pet.
这只鳄鱼本来是附近某户居民的宠物,却逃了出来。
Instead of returning the croc to its owners, police dropped it off at the local zoo, over fears the crocodile would try and make a break for it again.
警方出于鳄鱼会再次逃跑的担心,并未将它还给主人,而是放生到当地动物园。
Having a crocodile is illegal in China unless you have a special permit.
在中国,没有特殊批准就饲养鳄鱼是违法的。
This is not the first case of reptiles on the loose in the country.
在此之前就有过鳄鱼逃跑的事件。
Last year more than 90 alligators escaped from a farm in eastern Anhui province after their pens were inundated with flood waters.
去年,在安徽省东部,洪水淹没了养殖场的围栏,九十多只鳄鱼乘机四处逃窜。

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