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Burundian Works to Keep Crocs Out of the Cooking Pot

In Burundi, people who swam a lot in the vast Lake Tanganyika used to be nicknamed crocodile, as there were so many pairs of floating eyes and scaly tails circling the waters. But after a civil war and continued hunger in sub-Saharan Africa's most food insecure country, the crocodiles are not to be seen, apart from in the home of one dedicated croc monsieur in the capital, Bujumbura, who took in a handful of babies and is about to be stuck with 40 more. The crocodiles have all but...

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