Gator on your doorstep

Gator: "Who told you to build this house here dude? I want MY land back. NOW!"

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+30 1. banzemanga commented 7 years ago

Animal control at work! That man acted like a real pro. :O
And it was funny how he taped the alligator's hand towards its back like if the alligator was being handcuffed with tape. :x
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+7 2. domali commented 7 years ago

what if another neighborhood friendly gator comes out from the bushes, while he was taping it.
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+20 3. Usdevildoggmc commented 7 years ago

2:35 I lmao when I saw him putting the gators arms back

"You have the right to remain silent..."

Can anyone tell me what he said at the end though? when the guy asks "where does he go from here" I couldn't tell what the handler was saying... their not gonna kill the croc are they :S
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+8 4. fjwjr commented 7 years ago

Later Gator..........
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+12 5. LB187 commented 7 years ago

#3 The trapper said that the gator would go to a processing facility where the hide and meat would be used and the video then ended...
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+4 6. huldu commented 7 years ago

He said it was going to a process plant that produce something with their hides. Something like that. Yes, that gator along with others will probably be used to make purses. They could have cut that last bit out. The less we know the better. Its good to live in ignorance rather than to be enlighten... at least in this way.
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+10 7. chickensweet commented 7 years ago

Wow - that gator has nice taste, he was just waiting for those rich people to come out their front door.
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+29 8. s1nn0cence commented 7 years ago

- ...GATOR.
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+3 9. ZaMpTi commented 7 years ago

gosh ppl, he is just a representative for a halloween costume rental :(
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+3 10. imagic commented 7 years ago

why kill the gator ? i bet that when there is a dog sitting in front of the house they will not kill it. put those animals back where they belong, in nature
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+1 11. c0mmanderKeen commented 7 years ago

Amazing creatures :)

#3 : #6 is right he's gonna get "processed", he said sizes 4 feet and above are taken there :(
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+1 12. Excalibur commented 7 years ago

Indeed # 10 - Nothing Processing facility, put them nicely back into nature...

There are many people within the human race who should have been dumped in a processing facility..
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+7 13. Usdevildoggmc commented 7 years ago

Steve Irwin is sheddin some crocodile tears right about now.....

"Processing Facility" ??

Gee I wonder who pays him for his work...
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0 14. IceIsIce commented 7 years ago

That poor bastards guna make one hell of a pair of shoes :(
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+11 15. librabooks commented 7 years ago

Should have kept him there. It's a good way to keep the Jehovah's Witnesses away! >:)
"Ding dong...Can I take a few minutes to tell you about - OH MY GOD, RUN!!!!"
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+5 16. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

Alligators are so plentiful in the southern states that they are hunted to keep down the population.The meat is eaten and the hides are used for shoes,boots,purses, and such. Since these prehistoric beasts see everything as a meal,you just can't have them hanging around your house, or your kids and pets.
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-1 17. MrLincoln commented 7 years ago

How would you like it if you knocked on my door and I killed you to make things. I really wish the gator had bitten someone!
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+3 18. rocknout2nite commented 7 years ago

pretty cool guard dog...LOL
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+2 19. LB187 commented 7 years ago

#16 you are correct but I want to know where this is because in Louisiana the gator is released into the wild. It is illegal to do what the trapper said in Louisiana. The only individuals that can "harvest" gators there are land owners that have state issued tags that reflect how much land that the owner possesses. The owner is allowed to harvest 1 gator per tag and the meat is not to be sold. The only exceptions are "gator farmers" that raise gators in a facility similar to poultry farmers.
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+4 20. joeman commented 7 years ago

All I can say is... What an Absolute Pro!!
He totally dominated that alligator...
... and with such calmness!
Don't you agree?
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+2 21. lyr1c1sm commented 7 years ago

You are under arrest!hands behind your back!
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-1 22. gendarme commented 7 years ago

How could you sympathize to such an ugly and disgusting creature? Maybe flies are not to be killed as well? A pair of shoes or a purse is a much better form for it.

PS: Dogs and cats are another matter - they unlike alligators and flies are mammals like humans.
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+1 23. peeps commented 7 years ago

Sorry in advance for being uneducated..but isn't duct taping the poor fella over his eyes dangerous?(if we despite the fact about processing..)i mean if he would be put back to the nature, could taking off that duct tape hurt his eyes?just wondering though.
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+3 24. Marmalady commented 7 years ago

In Florida, gators over 4 feet are killed. They usually return over and over to the same spot. Under 4 feet are relocated; they are young enough to learn adapt to a new feeding ground. If people would stop building on their land, there wouldn't be a problem. :(