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12', 500lb Gator Killed in Jacksonville, NC

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TheRed    17,964

All the bleeding hearts are safely in non gator country - as are their children and pets - Im a bigger animal lover than probably 99% of the folks on this forum - I dont eat meat because of it - but predators like giant gators and coyotes - I would shoot on sight.

"I'm an animal lover, but I'll shoot one I don't like on site simply for existing."

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frash.exe    10,817

btw while we're talking about gators i just lost my pet gator because he sneaked out of my backyard through a small hole in the fence. he's about 12' and 500 lbs and answers to Gavin (also Gavvy Wavvy as he is affectionately called). any info you have would be helpful

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Mr. Scot    34,528

immediately thought of this...

 

lake_placid_ver2.jpg

 

Underrated movie.  Funnier than you'd expect from the poster and previews.

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Creep59    99

"I'm an animal lover, but I'll shoot one I don't like on site simply for existing."

 

 

this fool is a fool

 

 

 

good luck to the rest of you fools when the shtf

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TheRed    17,964

We're not talking about deer or bunny rabbits here..

That was more in response to his comment of killing coyotes.

I'm not an alligator rights advocate, but I'm not going to go around killing each one I see either.

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Davidson Deac II    4,204

All the bleeding hearts are safely in non gator country - as are their children and pets - Im a bigger animal lover than probably 99% of the folks on this forum - I dont eat meat because of it - but predators like giant gators and coyotes - I would shoot on sight.

 

Coyotes I can understand, since they are not native to this area.  And fwiw, I don't really have an issue with them killing this particular gator.  But why would you shoot one on site if it is just doing its thing and not presenting any threat to people? 

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Panthro    9,927

I pop coyotes with a pellet gun when I see them. One attacked my parents dog while it was outside.

In have two dogs under 30#s so fug them varmits

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Creep59    99

If any of you soft hearts really gave a fug about animals you would stop eating meat.  Those animals have no choice in the torture their lives are made of and in how they die.

 

 

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iamcline    764

Meh, there are plenty of alligators now, no sense in wasting the money to relocate it. It had become a nuisance animal. If it was bold enough to ****** an 80 lb. dog, then it could just as easily have snatched a 50 lb. child.

 

Best part of the video is in the last seconds you can hear one of the rednecks hauling it off saying, "That's dinner right thar!"

 

Difference being, a 50 lb. child wouldn't run right at the Gator wanting to play.  Dogs are st00pid.

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TheRed    17,964

If any of you soft hearts really gave a fug about animals you would stop eating meat. Those animals have no choice in the torture their lives are made of and in how they die.

When did you stop being a troll and join PETA?

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bleys    1,995

"I'm an animal lover, but I'll shoot one I don't like on site simply for existing."

 

I thought the same thing myself..  although I would have to agree on the coyote thing, depending on how much they are ruining a particular county...  They can erode an ecosystem when they get over-populated.

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TheRed    17,964

I thought the same thing myself.. although I would have to agree on the coyote thing, depending on how much they are ruining a particular county... They can erode an ecosystem when they get over-populated.

This discussion reminds me of something I read the other day.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/kidspost/government-plans-to-kill-thousands-of-owls-to-save-another-type-of-owl/2013/07/24/3aa202a0-f312-11e2-bdae-0d1f78989e8a_story.html

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