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Connections: Crocodiles

Jun 27, 2011 4 MINUTES
"New York has its own crocodilian mythology. They were supposed to lose all the pigmentation in their skin and become essentially albino crocodiles, ten feet long, surviving on rats, garbage, and the occasional sewer worker."

Oceanic art curator Eric Kjellgren dissects the myths and urban legends associated with the crocodile throughout the ages.