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Days of flooding have left an alligator rescue and adventure park in Southeast Texas at risk of seeing gators silly swim over fences if the heavy rains don’t let up.
The park has more than 350 alligators in its facilities outside of Beaumont, and the owners of the establishment say they’ve never seen flooding as bad as what they’ve seen following the landfall of tropical storm Harvey. That storm first hit Texas as a hurricane.
originally posted by: BlueJacket
a reply to: EternalShadow
Gators are very cagey...dont underestimate them either. Pretty sure thos ladies we saw on tv knitting in chest deep water arent packin .300 win mags or .308
originally posted by: EternalShadow
An "outbreak" circumvented by the 2nd Amendment.
You underestimate Texas resolve.