Undetonated Explosives in Laos, the Brazilian Electric Eel, and Timbo Wood Fishing

Laos is one of the most fertile places upon Earth and occupies more of the Mekong River than any other Asian country. Laos has 80,000,000 (80 million) undetonated explosives placed by the US military during the Vietnam War. Each year, 300 people are injured or killed by these explosives. Because Laos is so poverty stricken, explosives are often sold for their scrap metal. Brazilian electric eels can deliver a 600 volt shock, enough to hurt an adult or seriously injure a child. Eels are caught wi...

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