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Still Waters

Alligator seen climbing a 6-foot-high fence

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Imagine walking between buildings at work and spotting a large alligator trying to clear a chain-link fence

That's what happened to one Manatee County employee this week.

Chris Hughes had just begun his shift at Manatee County's wastewater treatment facility when he saw a gator trying to make its way to some woods by going over a 6-foot-high fence topped by barbed wire.

"She started climbing, and I already the phone out and snapped three pictures," Hughes said.

http://www.baynews9....html?hpt=us_bn8

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Hasina

Clever girl...

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Ashotep

When your that big why let a fence stop you.

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Ryu

Goodness! I didn't know alligators could climb like that. What else can they do that we don't know about?

Kind of scary in a way that even a fence like that can't necessarily contain them.

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Harlequin Dreamer

Brrrraawwww ha ha ha to day a fence tomorrow the world. :tu:

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s33ker

No Freakin Way !!!

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EllJay

Brrrraawwww ha ha ha to day a fence tomorrow the world. :tu:

Yeah, soon they evolve thumbs, start building weapons, then they become self-aware and we are doomed.

It's Skynet all over again, I tell ya.

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