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Crocodile rescued from greenhouse finds new home

25 February 2014 Last updated at 12:04 GMT

A crocodile seized by police from a greenhouse in Sweden has been given a new home in Oxfordshire.

The crocodile, measuring 2.5 metres, arrived from Heathrow airport and was taken to the Crocodiles of the World Zoo in Brize Norton on Monday evening.

Zoo worker Shaun Foggett said the rescued reptile has ''nice big teeth'' and is ''in good health''.

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