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The trapper came and took Snappers our food forest alligator away. I was kinda sad to se him go.

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I don't understand why he had to go doesn't every Florida food forest need a little active pest control?

HeathenFarmer Level 8 Aug 13, 2018

If it wasn’t for my son being autistic and the alligator so close to the house I wouldn’t let him stay. But we could even let Our son Outside for fear he would want to play with the alligator

@Donto101 Gotcha.


Bit traumatic for "Andrew" your alligator even if caught by Anthony but better than simply being shot or speared. I always remember hearing of a city boy who caught a possum in the attic in the trap supplied by the local rangers. He couldn't believe that so many possums lived close to his house. Over the next fortnight he caught 13 and then someone told him to stop releasing the captured possum a 100 metres away at the bottom of the street - yep, the same possum was coming back each night for the fresh apple that he put in the trap. You would think the stupid animal would learn but I guess an apple a day and a 100 metre stroll back through the gum trees was no great price to pay. Whether someone told him to possum proof his roof I don't know! ?

FrayedBear Level 9 Aug 13, 2018

That is amazing! So glad I don't have those in my area.

HippieChick58 Level 9 Aug 12, 2018

Just the 2 legged ones?