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Crocodile farming is certainly not as popular or profitable an urban occupation now as it was in the ‘90s, but it’s not uncommon in Siem Reap--
where families keep the reptiles in walled enclosures, out of sight from the public, and out of reach of “poachers”. Skin, meat, hatchings, and eggs
are all sold-- as is the fat and the gall bladders—for either money, food, or medicine.
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