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Bat-Eating Orange Crocodiles Found in a Cave in Gabon

“Orange crocodile” sounds like a new cocktail with a bite (vodka, orange juice and a dahs of Tabasco?), but it’s an accurate description of the small crocodiles found in the Abanda cave system of Gabon, a nation on the Atlantic coast of Central Africa. While their bright...
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