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Hermes said Wednesday it was probing claims of cruelty at crocodile and alligator farms that supply the fashion house with skins for its luxury handbags and accessories.British singer Jane Birkin Tuesday asked Hermes to remove her name from the iconic crocodile skin Birkin bag after rights group PETA published an expose on "cruel" treatment of the animals at farms in Texas and Zimbabwe.Hermes said it was investigating the farm in Texas.The bag was designed for Birkin in 1984, after a chance meeting of the singer and the then-president of Hermes, Jean-Louis Dumas.
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