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April 21, 2016


Florida’s Dragon Problem

(Thanks to Jenny Kellner)


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Maybe the dragons and pythons will wipe each other out?

Imagine if they cross breed with alligators or crocs. But They do make excellent guard dragons, especially if you can teach them to breathe fire.

What's the plan for dealing with the inevitable mushrooming of the kraken population?

When the chuacabras migrate to Florida, they'll eventually eat the dragons, snakes, alligators and krackens. But the horrible squirrel problem seems to defy solution.

They need to call Daenerys Targaryen.

Florida. America's Zoo.

@Le Petomane - it is spelled "chalupa-cabra". It means something in Mexican language, but I forgot what.

I had a 4' Nile Monitor as a pet; it was about a foot long when I got it, and grew considerably in two years. It never bit me, but you had to watch out for the claws. It was well fed, so all it wanted to do was find a sunny spot in the house to bask in.

If they escape, they're not a threat in NH as they are in Florida. Until the climate changes and we grow palm trees.

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