Gator Aid: Year-old alligator found in South Plainfield

Jul 2, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Courier News

It'll be a few days before Garden State officials say later to this alligator. The nearly 3-foot, approximately year-old American alligator found Thursday in a South Plainfield hotel parking lot will remain in a state Division of Fish and Wildlife field office in Hunterdon County until at least Monday, according to Lawrence Ragonese, a spokesman ...

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MrDoughnut

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Jul 3, 2010
 

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The Alligator may not have gotten to NJ on it's own but it found an area loaded with two-legged meals.

The Alligator could of helped lower the human unemployment rate by eating the visa and non visa foreign nationals who are causing much of the unemployment of US citizens.
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People here legally might have to wonder if someone had intended to place this Alligator in this unique area because they knew that Alligators tend to eat anything that is alive and walking around.

If the act of releasing the Alligator in this area for the purpose reducing the imported labor while clever it is still unlawful.

The animal does not separate one resident from another an will attack whatever looks like a meal regardless of legal status!
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The food is this area is not very tastey to many natives but to an Alligator with little choice it is the finest dining that can be had.
Gators as pets scaryyy

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People have them as pets and think it's cool until the beast grows, so then they dump their cool not-so-small-anymore pets. You can buy a gator in Pennsylvania, or shove one on a plane. Crazy. I doubt Gators would want to come into NJ on their own, they would turn around at the border.

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