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originally posted by: TinySickTears
dont seem like gators to me.
ive never seen them act like that
my grandparents moved to dunellon after living in crystal river for a while. the withlacoochee river was in their back yard. that water was dark like black coffee man. my dad and i used to jump off their dock and swim all the time. there were gators all through that water.
we would see them on a log sun bathing 25 or 50 feet out and we would still jump right in.
they never #ed with us.
the danger was water mochassins(sp)
if you saw one of those you got the hell out of the water.
ive never saw gators act like that. they did sound like bullfrogs though.
not manatees in that brackish water either.
im not an expert but definitely saying no to manatee and no to gator.
there are some pretty big channel cats in that water but i dont know if they can make that kind of fuss
originally posted by: lordcomac
Looks like a bunch of large gas bubbles being released... The fact that the video only shows it happening once seems suspect...
originally posted by: worldstarcountry
originally posted by: Mandroid7
a reply to: mysterioustranger
"my wife and our girlfriend"
Thats a pretty common occurrence in Florida to be honest. So is "My husband and our boyfriend" . In fact, I believe the latter is more common.
Either or sounds fun to me
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
Hey! Have a new possibility! My Florida source has now suggested that this could be Arapaima; a large South and Central American fish, that breathes air, and, he says, fits the foliage and behaviors. Described as "figity".
So, not a fish one might expect, hence the smile, and the seemingly odd behavior!