Man, if only they had some sort of id tags, like the ones they put in animals necks now so we could go dump the previous "owner" in alligator infested waters down south and see how long he would survive.
I love all kinds of reptiles myself, but I do not think they would survive the winter up here. Whoever let them go, must not have really cared much for them. All it takes is to travel North or South of our state and you can buy them at most exotic pet shops. Look at what happened in Florida....African Rock Pythons and Burmese Pythons now. Some places up here still have snakehead fish I believe. Anyways, the alligator is headed to a farm in Texas now. And you all know what they do at alligator farms.....they farm alligators....for food.
There should be a screening process when people buy pets, as well as when stupid people decide to have children, Clearly this is a bad case of both, I think I'll just be quiet before I say some off colored remark about the type of people more than likely responsible for this. Hopefully the Environmental Police will scoop these guys out of there and donate them to an aquarium, its not their fault. More than likely they will be Humanely Euthanized ,I say we IN-humanely Euthanize the people who released them there!!!
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