Here’s how hogs are hunted in Florida.
Hog Hunting river road next to I-75 & U.S. 41 just south of North Port, Florida
Crocodile with a pig in its jaw
Tags: Crocodile, Hoax, Hog, Pig
you know i am from Arkansas and that is just about how the gators done the hogs for about 4 years running
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Pity that crocodiles don’t live in america………………
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Better. At least crocs got another use aside from being a belt or a shoe.
Pity that wart hogs and NILE crocs aren’t here in America…
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Where would you find such a combo? Australia?
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we have salt water croc’s down hear in south florida and i think we are in the u.s.
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That’s an alligator not a croc! We live in North Port, travel that the same road all the time and see lots of wildlife, including wild hogs and alligators. Sure glad we haven’t come across this big guy in our travels – he’d win in a battle vs. car any day.
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That is an estuary crocodile. Not an alligator (too big for an alligator and it has distinguishing body features for the crocodile). Looks like a male that possibly had a mating fight with another male judging by the tail.
Ugh…people really don’t know anything. First & foremost…saltwater crocodiles DO NOT live in Florida…the American crocodile DOES live in extreme southern Florida in a few spots (namely Flamingo within the Everglades and the Turkey Point Nuclear Plant Canals near Homestead.) Contrary to popular belief the saltwater crocodile (which lives in northern Australia & the Indo-Pacific areas, along with some of Asia) is NOT the only crocodilian that swims in the ocean. In fact, ALL crocodiles are saltwater-tolerant and the American crocodile is the second most common crocodile seen in the ocean (hence its distribution throughout Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, Costa Rica, etc.) Lastly, this picture here IS of a saltwater crocodile…and it was taken in northern Australia near Darwin. That is a feral big which are common throughout northern Australia.
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We have Crocodiles in the Everglades region, but the total number runs around 2000 and have a very limited range, chances of seeing one too far north in Florida are nil. American Crocs are not as cold tolerant as Alligators, which number about 1.5 to 2 million here in Florida. We have wild hogs in Florida as well. They are a bloody nusiance, but fun to hunt.
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Like Katherine said, that`s a gator and not a croc… We have gators and wild pigs everywhere down here, this is a common site. But like always, you internet experts sitting behind your computer screen somewhere up north no all about gators and wild hogs! We use to have a sign in this same area that said, yankee go home! LMAO…….
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This is clearly an American Alligator with a hog in its jaws. I live in this area, and while I have not seen an alligator carrying a hog, I would not be surprised if I did, I have seen both frequently in this area.
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Being a floridan doesn’t give you a monopoly or expertise on large reptiles. It’s an african crocodile with a warthog. The original, bigger photo is from here:
Even in the small pics you can see the coloration is all wrong for a gator, the pig is the wrong shape for a feral hog, etc.
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YOU ALL ARE FUCKING RETARDED!!!!!! I AM A HUNTER I HAVE LIVED IN OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA MY WHOLE LIFE IM OUT IN THE EVERGLADES AND ST. JOHNS RIVER ALL THE TIME THAT AINT NO GATOR YOU DUMBASSES…GOD YOU PEOPLE. OH AND FLORIDA DONT LOOK LIKE THAT, TRY TO TELL ME IM WRONG, LIFE LONG DEER AND GATOR HUNTER AND HOG HUNTER SO SHUT UP THIS IS IN AUSTRALIA AND ITS A SALTY NOT A U.S GATOR
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gators snout are wider and there hide is darker…go play with one and find out for yourself u uneducated city fucks
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yeah thats a croc not a gator
there are big ass crocs in florida but this aint in fl
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That is a nile croc w/a warthog.
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That is deffently an alligator grew up in this area and have seen many gators that size matter of fact the biggest one ive seen was south of the eljobean bridge in englewood that covered two car lengths from median to side walk at about 3 am in the morning Ive hunted this area for about 15 years i have the knowledge of this so quite the bickering and i can tell you all of the other englwood rednecks will back me on this weve seen them and killed them and by the picture you really cant tell what kind of hog it is we have ferril and razor backs and all sorts of wild hogs hard telling whats running around southwest florida that you dont know about we also have black bears which i have seen coyotes foxes and all other sorts of wild life.
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Why are you people arguing?!!
It’s just a picture!
Some of you guys sound ready to go to war over this!
It doesn’t matter!
If you have to know,check it out on Google!
You are all crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Its a baby gator with a hamster.
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Im a hunter born and raised in Florida I regulary hunt hogs,but I live to hunt deer and gators this here is not a gator its a pretty decent salt water crocodile so whoever says its a gator is a complete dumbass,so GIT UR SHIT RIGHT
Ya see? That’s how ya do it! Ya git a holt of them two hind legs and ya hold on real tight! Ya see? Dont let go!
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Thats Funny Sh*t right there
Actually we do have American crocs, along with american alligators, and wild hogs in the state of FL. Here is the Florida Wildlife commissions pages on each
Check your facts before you say they don’t exist…
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That is a gator not a croc and us 41 and I-75 do not intersect in North Port.
Originally saw this picture on the front page of the Venice Gondolier stating it was taken on River Rd. I happen to work along that stretch and have seen some pretty large gators. The pigs are over populated; seen about 20 along the road just the other day.
I could only hope that the outrage and information so adamantly stressed on this site could have been channeled into education. None of you can spell! You must know a lot about the Florida wildlife because you write like high school dropouts.
Gotta love chat pages!!!!
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