SHANGHAI, CHINA —Waiter, there’s an alligator in my soup. That’s what diners at Huifu Fine-food Restaurant here are saying as the restaurant does a brisk business serving chowder and other items, including kebabs, featuring the endangered species’ head and tail, among other body parts. —Waiter, there’s an alligator in my soup. “We do serve alligator here, but the amount is limited every day so you’d better book it at least two or three days ahead,” a ...

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