Video: Living in the danger zone

There are over 100 crocodiles living on and around the protected nature reserve of Meinmahla Island in the Ayeyarwady River.

Sixteen people have been attacked by crocodiles in recent years, with few survivors. More villagers have moved into the area, raising the risk of attack. With huge penalties for killing the crocodiles, people want protection.

In Burmese, with English subtitles.

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