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Lock Up the Kids and Pets
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Take a look at this walking nightmare in Florida.

Now that’s one damn big lizard. Or perhaps it’s just Refrigerator Perry in a cheap green suit.

Those photographers are waaay too close to this monster, especially the ones shooting prone. They’re obviously not from around here. This is an excellent way to become gator pellets. Gators normally aren’t aggressive toward people. But they can be if they feel threatened. And though they normally fetch along at a leisurely pace, as this Jurassic specimen here is doing, they can move very fast when they want to. Floridians know this and keep a respectful distance.

Call in Crocodile Dundee. The good burghers of Polk County, Florida will feel more at ease once this bad boy becomes shoes, belts, wallets, handbags, and deep-fried gator tots (tastes like deep-fried chicken).

Larry Thornberry
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Larry Thornberry is a writer in Tampa.
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