Warmer Weather Brings Gators

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Savvy and Company

The warmer climate increases Florida’s state reptile’s metabolism, meaning gators are hungry this time of year! If you’re a Florida resident, read up on how to co-exist with these scaly neighbors.

In this article “Spring is Here! Learn How to Live With Alligators!,” decrease your chances of being hunted!

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William Feela
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A large gator in my area is  a large northern pike in the lake

Apr 11, 2019 09:30 AM #1
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We see alligators all the time when we visit Pawley's Island SC during the summer. We make sure to keep our distance though.

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Dan, if I saw a gator in Denver, I would need new unders!    Have not seen one in FL either, other than the zoo.

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