weighed over 500lbs.
Itís obvious that this entire area is plagued by obesity and most of the wildlife in Murrells Inlet has a weight issue.
The last time we passed Bubbles the Elephant in the inter-coastal waterway we noticed she was overweight.
The white swans in Murrells Inlet wheeze when they fly and the majority of the Canadian geese and ducks walk everywhere because of obesity.
The turkeys, alligators and pelicans in the neighborhoods around Brookgreen Gardens and the Inlet are lazy and overweight. The snowy egrets, cranes and marsh birds just stand around looking at the water.
Every dog, feral cat, and raccoon in this area is overweight and all the wildlife around here has become tame because they are just to fat and lazy to run.
To be fair, the Timber wolves in the front yard of the house next to Mount Gilead and the Goats and peacocks behind Drunken Jacks seem to be a healthy.
We humans should be setting an example for our local wildlife friends but all we do is lay all over the beaches and eat at the Marsh Walk.