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Oyo’s over 80-year-old Crocodile

By Guardian Exclusive
25 July 2019   |   2:31 pm
Some freshwater crocodiles are estimated to live around 70 years on average. In this community in Oyo State, southwest Nigeria, there is a croc that is well over 80-years-old.

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