James Cook University researchers highlight dangers of eating crocodile meat if allergic to fish

Zoe Thomas
By Zoe Thomas
May 20 2022 - 3:00am
JCU researchers are warning those with a taste for crocodile to remain cautious as the meat could trigger dangerous reactions to those with fish allergies. Photo: File.

James Cook University researchers are warning those with a taste for crocodile to remain cautious as the meat could trigger dangerous reactions to those with fish allergies.

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Zoe Thomas

Zoe Thomas

Journalist - North Queensland Register/Queensland Country Life

Northern based journalist at North Queensland Register and Queensland Country Life.

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