Seaplane service to world’s tallest statue in India will cost hundreds of crocodiles their home

Indian foresters have begun relocating around 300 crocodiles to allow a seaplane service for visitors to the world’s tallest statue, the newly erected 182-metre Statue of Unity.
The reptiles, the largest around three metres, are being lured into metal cages and moved elsewhere in the western state of Gujarat on the back of pickup trucks.
So far about a dozen had been extracted “from dyke number three of the reservoir which has been identified as a probable site for the seaplane…