Etawah: Chambal river is attracting tourists in this burning hot season.
Actually tourists are coming here to see the baby crocodiles here.
The baby crocodiles have played a major role in binding tourists even during this scorching heat.
The Chambal river of Etawah has been buzzing with the river babies.
They are thousands in number. Wild animal lovers are happy with their chidren born after the reproduction. In the National Chambal crocodile sanctuary spread around 2100 sq.km.
Chambal sanctuary Incharge DFO Anand Kumar told that is has become a centre of attraction for tourists to see these crocodile babies buzzing in the river.
Many of the crocodiles have hatched.
Now mothers are busy with taking care of thier babies.
He said that 14 of the 34 spots have been hatching in Kheda Ajab Singh and Kasua village of Etawah range.
Around 300 young crocodiles took birth there.
On the Reha Ghat of Pinahat Range, 300 more have been born. About 200 crocodiles have moved out in the Vishavrawala.
Here, two dozen crocodiles have been hatching in Pinahat.
Thats why this spot has become so popular for tourists in this hot season.