By: Tom Bevan Source: News Limited article A crocodile caught in the waters of North Carolina has reportedly been named Croaker Fish and the name has been chosen by the owners of the Croaker Croaker fishing license.
The owners of Croaker Wildlife Management in Covington, North Carolina, have taken a crocodile named Croakers to the water and have named him Croaker.
“We’re really happy about that, Croaker has been a really cool name to have for the first time in the history of the license,” Chris and Kim Parson said.
“It was a lot of fun to see him go in there and be a part of the adventure, and it’s been really cool to see the name Croaker go to the world.”
The Croaker fish has become a viral sensation on social media, and the owners have had a lot to say about the name.
“Croakers name is a little bit of a catch all term, and to be able to use a crocodilian name like Croaker is just the icing on the cake,” Kim Pardson said.
“We don’t have any crocodile species and Croakers is a crocodilians term, but it’s also a little of a reference to him and the Croakers fishing license.”
The owners hope the Croakeers name will attract people to the fishing industry and hopefully they will help to preserve this species.
The Croakers name has attracted a lot attention, and they are hoping the Croakers name can help raise awareness and awareness of Croakers conservation efforts.
According to the Conservation Biology Institute, Croakers life span is about 15 years.
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