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Covid drives move into snake farming

Publication date 03 July 2022 | 20:23 | ICT

Meng Sarath grabbed a handful of finger-sized zebra striped snakelets that were crawling around the roots of a hyacinth, explaining that they were the key to his livelihood after the Covid-19 crisis ended his job as a hotel cleaner in

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