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Pablo Escobar's hippos keep multiplying and Colombia doesn't know how to stop it

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Published on Feb 9, 2019

For more than 25 years, Colombia has been working to leave behind the violent legacy of Pablo Escobar. But there's one unusual problem that keeps growing: the notorious drug lord's pet hippos. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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