Crocodile spotted at Lower Seletar Reservoir, water and fishing activities suspended: PUB

The animal was spotted by a PUB contractor, said PUB, which added that it will be working with the National Parks Board (NParks) to capture it. (PHOTO: Google Street View screengrab)

A crocodile was spotted at Lower Seletar Reservoir on Thursday (14 February) morning, said national water agency PUB in a Facebook post.

The animal was spotted by a PUB contractor, said the agency, which added that it will be working with the National Parks Board (NParks) to capture it.

“For public safety, all water activities and fishing activities at Lower Seletar Reservoir have been suspended until further notice,” said the agency.

“The public is advised to be alert and avoid going near the reservoir water edge.”

Stay calm, back away slowly

Park visitors who encounter a crocodile have are advised to stay calm and back away slowly.

“They should not approach, provoke, or feed the animal. Please call PUB at 9632 3261,” the agency added.

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