I don't know when the BBC originally aired this interview. I heard it for the first time today, thanks to Mike. Not much is new, actually. But I can't get enough Gustave media. The best part of the interview is the very end, when he's asked how he'll feel if someone else catches Gustave. He says he'll remain faithful to Gustave and he hopes Gustave remains faithful to him by not letting anyone else catch him.
For any new readers who are unfamiliar with Gustave, he is the world's largest Nile crocodile and he lives here in Burundi. Patrice Faye, pictured, is the man who's been trying to catch him for several years. I've had the chance to meet Patrice several times and he is a real-life Indiana Jones. Burundi wouldn't be the same without him and Gustave here, playing their little game.
Photo from BBC World Service.