#LakeVictoriaSeries: Crocodiles are a constant threat to people living near the lake

The world’s second-largest freshwater lake not only sustains life – but also takes it away.

By some accounts, up to five thousand people die on Lake Victoria every year. The lake has its own mini-climate…storms can sweep in quickly.

And it’s not just the water that is lethal. CGTN’s Soni Methu has more.