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Ross Posaune fängt entlaufenes Krokodil im Alleingang

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas

Nachdem ein Krokodil aus einem Park geflohen war, ist die Aufregung in Darwin, Australien, gross gewesen. Dabei brauchte es doch nur ein Pferd, um die Sache zu richten. Aber alles schön der Reihe nach.

02.04.14, 11:45 02.04.14, 12:00
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Aus dem Crocodylus Park im Norden von Australien, in Darwin, ist ein Salzwasserkrokodil ausgebüxt.

Polizeipferd Trombone fasst entlaufenes Krokodil

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*** 'Trombone' the police horse captures an escaped saltwater crocodile from Crocodylus Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, March 28, 2014***
[Copper Comes Cropper But Trusty Trombone Bold As Brass
A saltwater crocodile that escaped from Crocodylus Park has been found and captured by a police horse named Trombone.
The saltie was reported missing on Sunday morning. A search operation was launched by police and Parks and Wildlife rangers.
Trombone quickly led police to the crocodile which was savagely killing and eating chickens in a park pen around 6pm. The horse flung senior sergeant Angela Stringer off its back and gallantly charged for the crocodile.
Trombone reportedly got a grip around the croc’s jaws with its mouth and carried it to police and rangers who were searching the park for the fugitive reptile.
Sen-Sgt Stringer said the horse was “worth ten officers on the ground”.
Trombone was rewarded with a bale of hay and a new croc skin saddle.] (FOTO: DUKAS/ACTIONPRESS) *** Local Caption *** 18373387

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas

Am Sonntagmorgen, als das Verschwinden des Reptils bemerkt wurde, brach eine fieberhafte Suche aus. Wildhüter, Parkmitarbeiter und Polizisten beteiligten sich daran.

Polizeipferd Trombone fasst entlaufenes Krokodil

/ 280314

***'Trombone' the police horse captures an escaped saltwater crocodile from Crocodylus Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, March 28, 2014***
[Copper Comes Cropper But Trusty Trombone Bold As Brass
A saltwater crocodile that escaped from Crocodylus Park has been found and captured by a police horse named Trombone.
The saltie was reported missing on Sunday morning. A search operation was launched by police and Parks and Wildlife rangers.
Trombone quickly led police to the crocodile which was savagely killing and eating chickens in a park pen around 6pm. The horse flung senior sergeant Angela Stringer off its back and gallantly charged for the crocodile.
Trombone reportedly got a grip around the croc’s jaws with its mouth and carried it to police and rangers who were searching the park for the fugitive reptile.
Sen-Sgt Stringer said the horse was “worth ten officers on the ground”.
Trombone was rewarded with a bale of hay and a new croc skin saddle.] (FOTO: DUKAS/ACTIONPRESS) *** Local Caption *** 18373393

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas

Mit dabei war auch die Polizistin Angela Stringer auf dem Pferd Trombone (was so viel wie Posaune heisst). Im Nu spürte das Ross den Ausreisser auf. Dieser war gerade dabei, Hühner in einem Park zu erlegen.

Polizeipferd Trombone fasst entlaufenes Krokodil

/ 280314

*** 'Trombone' the police horse captures an escaped saltwater crocodile from Crocodylus Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, March 28, 2014***
[Copper Comes Cropper But Trusty Trombone Bold As Brass
A saltwater crocodile that escaped from Crocodylus Park has been found and captured by a police horse named Trombone.
The saltie was reported missing on Sunday morning. A search operation was launched by police and Parks and Wildlife rangers.
Trombone quickly led police to the crocodile which was savagely killing and eating chickens in a park pen around 6pm. The horse flung senior sergeant Angela Stringer off its back and gallantly charged for the crocodile.
Trombone reportedly got a grip around the croc’s jaws with its mouth and carried it to police and rangers who were searching the park for the fugitive reptile.
Sen-Sgt Stringer said the horse was “worth ten officers on the ground”.
Trombone was rewarded with a bale of hay and a new croc skin saddle.] (FOTO: DUKAS/ACTIONPRESS) *** Local Caption *** 18373390

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas



Um Senior Sergeant Stringer nicht in Gefahr zu bringen, warf Trombone sie ab.  Mit einem beherzten Biss in die Schnauze des Reptils stellte er dieses ruhig und konnte es seinem Frauchen apportieren.

Polizeipferd Trombone fasst entlaufenes Krokodil

/ 280314

*** 'Trombone' the police horse captures a crocodile with the help of Senior Sergeant Angela Stringer at Crocodylus Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, March 28, 2014***
[Copper Comes Cropper But Trusty Trombone Bold As Brass
A saltwater crocodile that escaped from Crocodylus Park has been found and captured by a police horse named Trombone.
The saltie was reported missing on Sunday morning. A search operation was launched by police and Parks and Wildlife rangers.
Trombone quickly led police to the crocodile which was savagely killing and eating chickens in a park pen around 6pm. The horse flung senior sergeant Angela Stringer off its back and gallantly charged for the crocodile.
Trombone reportedly got a grip around the croc’s jaws with its mouth and carried it to police and rangers who were searching the park for the fugitive reptile.
Sen-Sgt Stringer said the horse was “worth ten officers on the ground”.
Trombone was rewarded with a bale of hay and a new croc skin saddle.] (FOTO: DUKAS/ACTIONPRESS) *** Local Caption *** 18373389

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas

Das Krokodil wurde dahin zurückgebracht, wo es herkam und Trombone wurde belohnt – mit einem neuen Sattel und einem Ballen Heu.

Polizeipferd Trombone fasst entlaufenes Krokodil

/ 280314

*** 'Trombone' the police horse captures an escaped saltwater crocodile from Crocodylus Park in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, March 28, 2014***
[Copper Comes Cropper But Trusty Trombone Bold As Brass
A saltwater crocodile that escaped from Crocodylus Park has been found and captured by a police horse named Trombone.
The saltie was reported missing on Sunday morning. A search operation was launched by police and Parks and Wildlife rangers.
Trombone quickly led police to the crocodile which was savagely killing and eating chickens in a park pen around 6pm. The horse flung senior sergeant Angela Stringer off its back and gallantly charged for the crocodile.
Trombone reportedly got a grip around the croc’s jaws with its mouth and carried it to police and rangers who were searching the park for the fugitive reptile.
Sen-Sgt Stringer said the horse was “worth ten officers on the ground”.
Trombone was rewarded with a bale of hay and a new croc skin saddle.] (FOTO: DUKAS/ACTIONPRESS) *** Local Caption *** 18373392

Bild: ACTIONPRESS / Dukas

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    Highlight Das Kroko hat ja ein zugebundenes Maul. So erscheint eine solche Aufmachung dieser Story geradezu lächerlich.
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