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CROCODILE TRACKING

Kirrhi


Sex: M
Size: 11ft 9.5in (3580mm)
Tagged: 2014-09-12

Kirrhi was caught in one of the many picturesque locations along the Wenlock River. He's a clever croc and was appropriately named Kirrhi, meaning 'skilful' in the Aboriginal language.

Australia Zoo, in partnership with The University of Queensland and Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, now manage the longest continuous study of crocodiles in the world. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, this vital croc research continues, helping us to find out more about this incredible, threatened species and how best to manage and work with communities living alongside them.

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Crocodile tracking program conducted by the Franklin Eco-laboratory at the University of Queensland.