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News.com.au
Mother Nature wows in stunning picsNational geographic photographer Thomas P. Peschak1:58 Former marine biologist
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
National geographic photographer Thomas P. Peschak1:58 Former marine biologist turned National Geographic photographer Thomas Peschak is in Sydney to discuss how he shoots underwater photos. A mother bear and a cub. Picture: Anat... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Wolves need space to liveespecially in a place like Wallowa County, which provides excellent habitat for
OregonLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
especially in a place like Wallowa County, which provides excellent habitat for wolves. Making sure that wolves and other wildlife have space to live their lives free of human interference is surely a matter of fairness. We humans have claimed a... Read more
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Fortune
Bolstered by Trump, Big Oil Resumes Its 40-Year Quest to Drill in an Arctic Wildlife RefugeAlaska’s congressional delegation and their oil and gas allies have been pushin
Fortune / Posted 4 days ago
Alaska’s congressional delegation and their oil and gas allies have been pushing to drill here in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, or ANWR. And more than once they’ve almost succeeded. (The devastating Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Our fractured landscapelessons coming out of Harvey is that the unchecked development in and around Ho
Lake Placid News / Posted 4 days ago
lessons coming out of Harvey is that the unchecked development in and around Houston led to vast acres of fields and pastureland paved over, blocking the earth's ability to absorb much of the water pouring out of the skies. Yes, there would have... Read more
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The Columbian
Crews scramble to get pygmy bunnies away from wildfireWith a wildfire sweeping toward one of the state’s refuges for the pygmy rabbit
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
With a wildfire sweeping toward one of the state’s refuges for the pygmy rabbit, biologists and firefighters scrambled this summer to save as many endangered bunnies as they could. The Sutherland Canyon Fire, started by lightning in late June, was... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Gate installed at Tory’s Cave to help bat populationtaken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to p
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 5 days ago
taken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to protect the survivors,” said Kate Moran, a wildlife biologist with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. “We hope by restricting access,... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
People rescue manatees stuck in bay drained by IrmaSamaritans on Sunday after Hurricane Irma sucked the water out of a Florida bay
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 8 days ago
Samaritans on Sunday after Hurricane Irma sucked the water out of a Florida bay and caused them to become stranded on dry land. Michael Sechler said on Facebook that he and his friends went to a bay near Manatee County and found the... Read more
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FOX News
Hurricane Irma strands manatees on beach -- until Floridians come to the rescueAs a result, two manatees found themselves stranded on now-dry land just north
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
As a result, two manatees found themselves stranded on now-dry land just north of Sarasota. “Went out to the bay and saw two objects out where the water receded so we took off our shoes and walked out through the shells to find two beached... Read more
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The Hill
Court smacks down Wyoming efforts to suppress sciencea huge victory for environmental groups, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals this
The Hill / Posted 9 days ago
a huge victory for environmental groups, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals this week ruled that data collection on public lands is protected free speech, and a Wyoming state law that created stiff civil and criminal penalties for “data trespass,”... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Harvey’s varmint victims best left aloneHarvey's epic scope: victims and rescuers, humans and pets. And, oh yes -- cri
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Harvey's epic scope: victims and rescuers, humans and pets. And, oh yes -- critters and varmints as well. As Texas state biologists warned this week, those still reeling from the hurricane-spawned flooding can expect a rising incidence of... Read more
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Pahrump Valley Times
Concerns raised about new solar project in Nye Countywith the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for eight solar thermal towers o
Pahrump Valley Times / Posted 10 days ago
with the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for eight solar thermal towers on approximately 20,000 acres of public land in Nye County. Grikas said that the location near the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project is “ideal” for SolarReserve’s... Read more
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Lebanon Daily News
Herons of Pennsylvaniausing their long necks, and sharp bills. But, they will also “go mousing” accor
Lebanon Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
using their long necks, and sharp bills. But, they will also “go mousing” according to Patti Barber, endangered species biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission. “What they'll also do, and I've seen this, is you'll see them in a field.... Read more
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The News-Times
Gate installed at Tory’s Cave to help bat populationtaken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to p
The News-Times / Posted 12 days ago
taken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to protect the survivors,” said Kate Moran, a wildlife biologist with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. “We hope by restricting access,... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Gate installed at Tory’s Cave to help bat populationtaken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to p
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 12 days ago
taken such a hit with white-nose syndrome, we need to do everything we can to protect the survivors,” said Kate Moran, a wildlife biologist with the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. “We hope by restricting access,... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Clemson professor to speak on new book, love of natureJ. Drew Lanham, a certified wildlife biologist and professor at Clemson Univers
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 12 days ago
J. Drew Lanham, a certified wildlife biologist and professor at Clemson University, will speak at 7 p.m. Monday at the Athens-Clarke County Library on his new book, “The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature.” The Café au... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Wyoming wild game bird farm hopes to breed sage grouse22 years ago. But then the tiny enterprise grew larger than they dared dream. N
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
22 years ago. But then the tiny enterprise grew larger than they dared dream. Now a rural Powell business, Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds, LLC, has a seat at the table in a national debate about sage grouse and has a chance to make history. "It... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Wyoming wild game bird farm hopes to breed sage grouse22 years ago. But then the tiny enterprise grew larger than they dared dream. N
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
22 years ago. But then the tiny enterprise grew larger than they dared dream. Now a rural Powell business, Diamond Wings Upland Game Birds, LLC, has a seat at the table in a national debate about sage grouse and has a chance to make history. "It... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Idaho racing to combat deadly bat fungusto Idaho. The Times-News reports the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is part
KTVB Boise / Posted 13 days ago
to Idaho. The Times-News reports the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is partnering with National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Idaho Power Co. and Idaho National Laboratory to monitor for the fungus. The fungus,... Read more
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The Addison County Independent
Young Ferrisburgh angler pulls in big fishYouTube channel called “Fish Hunter.” Photo courtesy of Chase Stokes FERRISBUR
The Addison County Independent / Posted 14 days ago
YouTube channel called “Fish Hunter.” Photo courtesy of Chase Stokes FERRISBURGH — Chase Stokes was no mere novice when he landed a state record carp this past spring. He had been fishing for almost a decade when he hauled in a 33.25-pound carp... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tropical storm Harvey: Deputies called to remove alligator from Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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Boston Globe
Access to nature sometimes restricted by needs of wildlifemore than a month during the busy summer season. But beach restrictions are ju
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
more than a month during the busy summer season. But beach restrictions are just one example of the boundaries guarding wildlife from people in the region south of Boston — especially the wildlife most in danger of extinction. Endangered and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Police received an ‘intruder’ call at a flooded Texas home. It was a giant alligator.image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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The North West Star
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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The Border Mail
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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The Courier
Deputies called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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WA Today
Deputies were called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas home. It was a giant alligatorimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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The Age
Tropical storm Harvey: Deputies called to remove alligator from Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tropical storm Harvey: Deputies called to remove alligator from Texas homeimage of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Deputies were called about an 'intruder' at a flooded Texas home. It was a giant alligator.image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
image of a shark purportedly swimming along on a flooded highway. Others, like floating fire-ant colonies, are very real. Wildlife experts told The Washington Post's Karin Brulliard to expect more such sightings in the Houston metropolitan area as... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Walberg pushes bill aimed at reducing Lake Erie algae problemsaid Thursday. “We were already Farm Bureau members, but thought it was a good
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 16 days ago
said Thursday. “We were already Farm Bureau members, but thought it was a good investment” in being good stewards of the land. The farm is one of about 100 farms in the county verified in cropping systems and farmsteads through the Michigan... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Georgia's Archery Deer Hunting Season Opens Sept. 9opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, Sept. 9, according to t
The Chattanoogan / Posted 18 days ago
opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, Sept. 9, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. Last year, 139,043 archery hunters harvested just over 50,000 deer. Statewide, hunters can use... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Manager discusses plans for Cheyenne BottomsThe opening of teal season on Saturday, Sept. 9, could draw hundreds of hunters
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
The opening of teal season on Saturday, Sept. 9, could draw hundreds of hunters to the Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area. Last year, over 600 people came for the opening day, according to Jason Wagner, the new wildlife area manager at the state-owned... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Agency misspent $32 million in Klamath basin, but Interior has held no one to account— Investigators have confirmed that a federal water agency misspent $32 million
The Seattle Times / Posted 19 days ago
— Investigators have confirmed that a federal water agency misspent $32 million in funds meant to protect fish and wildlife in the Klamath basin of California and Oregon, a finding that Obama-era officials attempted to sideline after... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Alan Hutchinson, leading land conservationist, dies at age 70A man who helped engineer some of the largest public land conservation deals in
Bangor Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
A man who helped engineer some of the largest public land conservation deals in state history has died. Alan Hutchinson, 70, died at his Orono home on Sunday, according to an official at Brookings-Smith Funeral Home of Bangor. As the first... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Plans to log Brown County, Ind. backcountry area threatens century-old treesmany conservation groups and community members say the state's recently announc
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 19 days ago
many conservation groups and community members say the state's recently announced plans to log the Brown County woodlands are disturbing and disheartening. Earlier this month, the Department of Natural Resources' Division of Forestry... Read more
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The Tyee
Indigenous Hunters in Path of Chronic Wasting Disease Demand Federal Actiontake immediate action is Darrel Rowledge, an independent researcher who has bee
The Tyee / Posted 20 days ago
take immediate action is Darrel Rowledge, an independent researcher who has been studying CWD and related prion diseases, wildlife and public policy in Canada for decades. Rowledge, who works closely on the CWD issue with the Piikani First Nation... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tropical Storm Harvey forces snakes, alligators and fire ants to seek higher groundto escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're sh
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
to escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're showing up in some unusual spots, Texas wildlife officials and animal workers say. Despite some animals' fearsome reputation, there's no reason to panic, they... Read more
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WA Today
Tropical Storm Harvey forces snakes, alligators and fire ants to seek higher groundto escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're sh
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
to escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're showing up in some unusual spots, Texas wildlife officials and animal workers say. Despite some animals' fearsome reputation, there's no reason to panic, they... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
2 New Mountain Lion Kittens Found in Santa Monica Mountainsfound in the Santa Monica Mountains, and their parentage appears to highlight t
NBC Bay Area / Posted 20 days ago
found in the Santa Monica Mountains, and their parentage appears to highlight the continuing problem of inbreeding in a land-locked area starving for genetic diversity, National Park Service officials announced Tuesday. The kittens, one male... Read more
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The Age
Tropical Storm Harvey forces snakes, alligators and fire ants to seek higher groundto escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're sh
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
to escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're showing up in some unusual spots, Texas wildlife officials and animal workers say. Despite some animals' fearsome reputation, there's no reason to panic, they... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tropical Storm Harvey forces snakes, alligators and fire ants to seek higher groundto escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're sh
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
to escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're showing up in some unusual spots, Texas wildlife officials and animal workers say. Despite some animals' fearsome reputation, there's no reason to panic, they... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Agency misspent $32 million, but Interior has held no one to accountInvestigators have confirmed that a federal water agency misspent $32 million i
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
Investigators have confirmed that a federal water agency misspent $32 million in funds meant to protect fish and wildlife in the Klamath basin of California and Oregon, a finding that Obama-era officials attempted to sideline after whistleblowers... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
2 New Mountain Lion Kittens Found in Santa Monica Mountainsfound in the Santa Monica Mountains, and their parentage appears to highlight t
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 20 days ago
found in the Santa Monica Mountains, and their parentage appears to highlight the continuing problem of inbreeding in a land-locked area starving for genetic diversity, National Park Service officials announced Tuesday. The kittens, one male... Read more
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Daily Press
Harvey is also displacing snakes, fire ants and gatorsto escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're sho
Daily Press / Posted 20 days ago
to escape the rising waters. With no Noah's Ark to ferry them away, they're showing up in some unusual spots, say Texas wildlife officials and professionals. Those same people add that despite some animals' fearsome reputation, there's no reason... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Radio transmitter put in threatened ratsnake for studyNEW HAVEN, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is surgically im
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
NEW HAVEN, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is surgically implanting radio transmitters in two Eastern Ratsnakes to learn more about the threatened species in the state. The researchers hope that the snakes will lead the team back... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harvey is also displacing wildlifeTexas and flood Houston and surrounding communities, people aren't the only one
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
Texas and flood Houston and surrounding communities, people aren't the only ones seeking higher ground. The area's wildlife inhabitants are, too. Reports and images of swimming snakes and lurking alligators are making the rounds on social... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Harvey is also displacing wildlifeTexas and flood Houston and surrounding communities, people aren't the only one
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
Texas and flood Houston and surrounding communities, people aren't the only ones seeking higher ground. The area's wildlife inhabitants are, too. Reports and images of swimming snakes and lurking alligators are making the rounds on social... Read more
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