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From champagne and Viagra to glow in the dark, it's fair to say we have unearthed a wealth of bizarre (and mildly erotic sounding) ice cream in our pursuit of hard-hitting news journalism, but the frosty concoction we're about to reveal might just top the lot.

Yes, it's crocodile ice cream, sold at a cafe in Davao City, The Philippines, known as The Sweet Spot, which reportedly started creating the novelty dessert after the owner’s uncle sent over a batch of croc eggs.

Mercifully, using eggs, of course, means the endangered species remains protected and, to a lesser extent, you won’t get any fleshy or rough bits stuck in your teeth, either. In fact, the eggs are even healthier than those belonging to chickens, with around 80 per cent yolk found inside your average one.

Other frozen treats rustled up at this parlour include 'ostrich vanilla' and 'dragon fruit'. Though we'd be very wary at any mention of dragon eggs.

[Via: Foxnews.com]

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