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ESL English Lesson: Would you like to try some crocodile ice cream?
David Robinson

Would you like to try some crocodile ice cream? A restaurant in Davao City in the Philippines is selling the unusual flavour. What’s more it is made using actual crocodile eggs! You can snap up a scoop or two today - though I scream in terror at the thought of crocodile ice cream!

The idea for the flavoured frozen dessert came about after the owners of the Sweet Spot restaurant were offered some eggs from a crocodile park next door, where the animals are raised for their meat and skin.

Animal lovers do not worry! Crocodile ice cream is not made with crocodile meat. (Note: Crocs are an endangered species). It is made using the crocodile eggs that did not hatch or that are surplus, together with the more usual ingredients of milk, cream, sugar and flavourings.

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