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January 24, 2013

PAGING PAUL HOGAN

About 15,000 crocodiles have reportedly escaped from a farm in South Africa's far north amid heavy rains and flooding.

(Thanks to wiredog, Alkali Bill and Jay Brandes)

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Could we send lawyers instead? I'm sure the struggle would be brief.


Airlift in a few Burmese Pythons. And place your bets.

Time for my local congressperson to go on a fact finding mission, I think.

Math is hard. "Many of the crocodiles have been recaptured" does not equate to, "more than half are still on the loose".

Why would ANYONE need 15,000 crocodiles?

Two words Guin. Shoes and purses.

They farm crocodiles? How far apart do you plant them?

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