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April 12, 2017


Florida issues tips to residents for ‘living with alligators’

(Thanks to Rick Day)


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Bummer---they didn't include any recipes.

Today is Be Nice to Lawyers Day. Any instructions on how to combine the Two?

I think #1 should be "don't"

"where alligators typically frolic"

Do alligators ever frolic in an atypical manner? (NTTAWWT)

News you can use.

▪ Swim only in designated swimming areas during daylight hours.

what about at night -- we can swim anywhere?

For nuisance humans, call local law enforcement.

If we have one, or if we want one?

▪ “Keep pets on a leash and away from the water.”

▪ “Never feed alligators, as it is dangerous and illegal.” (Remember, lots of teeth, strong bite.)

These two tips could've been condensed into a single entry.

They left out the most important tip: Move to Nebraska. No frolicking gators there.

Frolicking Alligators would be a good name for a band. I have seen and heard alligators frolic at 430am in the Everglades (really) and it is pretty impressive.

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