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NJ O alligatior recently spotted near Basto and Pakin pond
  • Topic created by BRycharski on Wed Sep 19, 2018 at 6:31 pm
    Bob Rycharski (BRycharski)
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     Alligator spotted in New Jersey township, police warn visitors  19 Oct 2018

    pictures prove that NJ Dvoa  meet directors have yet another responsibility.  Anti alligator spray (for swampy controls) or at least a Bye for any Control with this beast parked nearby.
    Bob Burg what is your take on this issue?
    An alligator is reportedly on the loose in a New Jersey township, and authorities are warning residents to be cautious.

    The Mullica Township Police Department said the gator was spotted on Hamburg Avenue (Mullica township)  Tuesday afternoon.

    Capt. Brian Zeck said a woman was the first to report it after it walked across her property.  Rumors wre abound that a red string and a broken  compass and a topo map was tangled in its front legs ... and a red stick with a redish plastic media recording device was strapped to one of its  to its tiny claws, its grunted voice muttering, Quail, where is the Hillery Quail place?  many frogs reported there for anyone to scoop up. 
  • Reply by DaveUrban on Thu Sep 20, 2018 at 5:15 pm
    Dave Urban (DaveUrban)
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    A few years back they had a similar issue in Central NY State - even made a few movies about it. Check out the "Lake Placid" series.
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