Hunt For Mijas Croc Will Resume When Weather Improves

It may be an alligator rather than a crocodile

The hunt for the reptile that is thought to be a crocodile that has been sighted in the water in ”Majada Vieja” in Mijas will resume when the weather improves
Officers from by the Department of Nature Conservation (Seprona) have been serching for the creature since February. 
Expectsd say that its likely the creature which they think may be an alligator rather than a crocdile will begin to hunt again when the temperatures, exceed 20 degrees.
Three tracks of an alligator legs about two feet long and about 70 kilograms have been found.
Mijas Town Hall have today started to put up warning signs saying 
Peligro grave. Cocodrilo suelto , {Grave Danger, Crocodile Loose} .