An unknown number of crocodiles swam out of an enclosure Sunday at the Million Years Stone Park near the city of Pattaya -- known for its pristine beaches and tawdry sex industry.
They were discovered missing after waters crested from severe flooding caused by heavy rains over the weekend, a park spokesman told The Associated Press.
Suthawut Temtub, told the AP that 28 of the reptiles had been recaptured as of Tuesday.
The farm houses 2,000 crocodiles, including dreaded salt water crocodiles. Some of them are as long as 13 feet - large enough to pose a threat to humans.
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