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Old 04-06-2006, 07:26 PM   #11
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I thought you guys had mostly brackish/salt water crocs down there?
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I don't think we have crocs around here...just gators.
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Nope florida is one of the only places in the world alagators and crocs both live, however crocs are rare. They can be found all over in the estuaries, however I think they are most prevelant in Cape Canavaral (sorry i cant spell, where they shoot rockets off).

greenmaji: Before humans came down, the everglades extended from the south side of Lake Oka.. okach.. okachobee? (The big blue circle) to the south west side of florida ( where the everglads currently are). And gators (freshwater) lived everywhere there, now their habitat has been destroyed so they still lived everywhere. After they were almost hunted to extention they were put on endangered species list, now however they have more then recouped their losses. You cant shake a stick in the glads without hitting one of them. I have been cannoeing and had them swim along side me, thank god they see me as a 16foot gator, not a snack.

Evergaldes is an amazing ecosystem. Florida itself is fairly intrested, but I would love to live there more permenatly if the drivers were better, I spoke spanish better, and it were 10 degrees cooler year round.
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Gators gators and more gators... lol. "Okeechobee" i used to live down there.
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lol.. I did know quite a bit of that but thanks PsiPro

the US core of CE's are planing on giving a nice chunk of it back.. too bad its probilby going to flood the whole system with agricultural N
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