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How to Catch a Crocodile

Scott Boese, SMES Grade 4 Student Writer

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When I was a boy my dad wanted to catch a crocodile.He was going to catch the crocodile with a net. He was mad because the crocodile ate all our chickens. He taught me how to catch crocodiles. First you get a net, some meat, fish and some screws. Next you screw to the net to two trees and wrap the rest of the net around two more trees. Then you screw it to the fourth tree but leave a gap in between the two trees for the crocodile to go into the net. You make a meat trail and drop some meat and fish every two feet. Lead the meat  through the gap in the net. Next you get a tree stand and build it in a tree. It is hard to build a tree stand. Once you have it built you wait. After the first hour you go to the net and check for crocodile. If you see that the meat is gone the crocodile is in there! I ran towards the crocodile and covered him with another net. Finally! we caught the crocodile! My dad will be happy and our chickens will be safe. Now I will take the crocodile to the zoo!

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5 Responses to “How to Catch a Crocodile”

  1. mckenna on March 23rd, 2016 5:27 pm

    Wow scott I hope that your chickens are fine and that the crocodile is happy at the zoo.

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  2. Cole on April 4th, 2016 8:57 am

    good ifmasin and how catch a 5.9 crocodile

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  3. Abigayle on May 5th, 2016 2:35 pm

    WOW SCOTT I think your chickens are going to be safe know that the
    crocodile it hopefully in the zoo or in a cage.

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  4. Carmined on June 7th, 2016 10:57 am

    Good job Scott hope no more crocodiles eat you chickens there probably happy no more of your chickens are getting ateing anymore

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  5. gage on November 18th, 2016 12:59 pm

    Good gob scott

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