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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator View Post
    No gators where I live now.
    a high school friend of mine recently posted a pic of a 6' gator trying to climb his fence in NC


    we didn't have such things growing up in NY
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    That's crazy! I always heard the Gators in the sewers myths, but never believed an alligator could weather a NY winter.

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    The fence climber was in NC, not NY.

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    Big cats killing little cats in Florida!

    Living in Florida certainly has its perks, but like other states, certain things just come with the territory.A security camera in front of a home in Naples, Florida caught a haunting video of a big predator cat – most likely a panther – chasing down a smaller house cat in the owner’s driveway. The panther then casually trots off with the cat still squirming in its jaws.
    This video illustrates the dangers that Florida residents with outdoor pets must look out for:
    https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018...-florida-home/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator View Post
    The fence climber was in NC, not NY.

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    Ha! I see that now, scanned right past the NC earlier, that makes a bit more sense

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    Big bull moose casually strolling the grass median in Alaska! Wouldn’t want to get on his bad side!

    https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018...-roads-alaska/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tri70 View Post
    Big bull moose casually strolling the grass median in Alaska! Wouldn’t want to get on his bad side!

    https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018...-roads-alaska/
    I didn’t realize how incredibly huge a bull moose actually was until I visited a museum that had a full mount displayed. Needless to say, I was very impressed!


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    That's like a Clydesdale

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