DiscoverRidiculous HistoryHow Louisiana Almost Became a Hippo Ranching Hub
How Louisiana Almost Became a Hippo Ranching Hub

How Louisiana Almost Became a Hippo Ranching Hub

Update: 2019-02-125
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Nowadays beef, chicken and pork are the most common meats in the US -- but, not so long ago, that could have all changed. Join the guys as they travel back to the early 1900s, when Louisiana congressman Robert Broussard proposed an unorthodox solution to the nation's crippling meat shortage: the introduction of African Hippopotamuses to Gulf Coast swamplands. What convinced Broussard that the world's deadliest land mammal could become America's next culinary craze? Tune in to find out.

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How Louisiana Almost Became a Hippo Ranching Hub

How Louisiana Almost Became a Hippo Ranching Hub

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