Show him how grateful you are.
That was quick. Sam doesn’t hang about when it comes to giant alligator fighting.
“Hi, is that the handbag factory?”
Man. Another animal killer. This guy must be related to Tarzan.
And that’s all for tonight, folks. Tonight we saw how pet alligators can sometimes attack viciously. See you again tomorrow night on When Animals Attack!
Well Sam, that is because it is more likely to be a crocodile. My theory on crocodiles: If they see something moving, there brain goes to a flowchart that asks 1 question.
1. Will it fit in my mouth?
Answer-No! Don’t eat it.
Answer -Yes! Eat it.
I don’t see a scratch on either of them. Maybe the first aid kit is for the reptile. (James, these are looking better and better. Thanks!)
That snout does like an American Alligator. I think this is crocodile territory, though.
Lucinde has LON-N-NG legs; the rest of her ain’t bad, either; she’s not hard on the eyes..
a little Al Williamson today!
Ii have a question; – when someone comments on here and the comment gets flagged (little icon to the right) what does that mean/ do?
This story can take many different directions – all of them good and exciting.
Oh, uh, guess I have to wait after all – oh well.
You see, it just goes to show that pointy sticks are better that bananas for defending oneself (and semi-naked ladies) from attack.
Remember Altera and her tiger who later turned on her? Same danger. (Forbidden Planet)