According to the Huffington Post, Wildlife officials will trap the crocodiles and take them to a wildlife sanctuary. Many locals have become fond of the pair over the past decade, naming them Pancho and Snaggletooth, and some are unhappy with the plan to remove the crocs. "I think they were standing their ground," said Elizabeth Bustin, a local resident. "That was their territory. Somebody came into it unexpectedly. They didn't go for the throat, they didn't tear a limb off, they bit. If you want to go swimming at 2 a.m., go swimming in a pool, not the canal."