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It took over an hour, but Toronto animal services were able to find, and capture a 3-foot Caiman, lurking in a catfish pond in High Park.

It's not clear how the animal got there, though most believe it was left their by owners who no longer wanted him.

The agile reptile will eventually end up as a zoo attraction, according to Toronto Animal Services.

Kyle Stadnyk posted a video to YouTube, showing an aminal in the water. He says he believes it's a caiman, a reptile native to tropical climates.

An animal services worker is in the pond today looking for the reptile.

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It took over an hour, but Toronto animal services were able to find, and capture a 3-foot Caiman, lurking in a catfish pond in High Park.

It's not clear how the animal got there, though most believe it was left their by owners who no longer wanted him.

The agile reptile will eventually end up as a zoo attraction, according to Toronto Animal Services.

Kyle Stadnyk posted a video to YouTube, showing an aminal in the water. He says he believes it's a caiman, a reptile native to tropical climates.

An animal services worker is in the pond today looking for the reptile.

WATCH the video: 

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