Viral Sensation: Local Enthusiast Savors Pet Crocodile’s Eggs

Local Enthusiast Savors Pet Crocodile's Eggs

Last Updated on July 10, 2023 by Fumipets

Viral Sensation: Local Enthusiast Savors Pet Crocodile’s Eggs


An Unusual Feast Goes Viral

In a truly one-of-a-kind story from Petaling Jaya, a local animal enthusiast has taken the internet by storm after enjoying a meal made from his pet crocodile’s eggs, as originally reported by Kosmo!

The incident, captured and shared on TikTok, details the unique culinary journey of the man and his wife who chose to cook and consume the reptilian eggs after realizing they were not equipped to cater to the needs of baby Crocs. This peculiar culinary endeavor has since exploded online, with the video amassing nearly 700,000 views at the time of writing.

Crocodile Eggs: A Rare Delicacy

In the viral video, the animal aficionado describes the taste of the crocodile eggs as richer and chewier compared to traditional chicken eggs. This unique gastronomic description has added fuel to the online buzz, with viewers intrigued by this rare culinary experience.

The Motivation Behind The Meal

In a series of subsequent videos, the man further explains the rationale behind his unusual choice. Despite his love for animal husbandry and his anticipation for his pet crocodile to lay eggs, the man faced a practical problem – limited space at home to accommodate the offspring.

Emphasizing that his residence was not a zoo, he stated, “I collect and care for animals as a hobby, but there are many other animals in my house, not just crocodiles. I have been looking forward to my crocodile laying eggs for a long time but we lack the space for additional animals.”

As the world becomes more interconnected through social media, stories like these continue to captivate and connect us in unexpected ways. This incident stands as a testament to the intriguing blend of wildlife, human interest, and the viral nature of online content.

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This article is based on original content available on The Star Online.


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