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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Dec 13 11:15 PM

Dec 14, 2009: 'Gator On 'Gator, Action

It’s Dog eat Dog out there, folks… or in this case 'Gator eat 'Gator.
I’d seen enough wildlife shows to know Mama Alligator has to guard the youngsters, so Daddy 'Gator, and his carousing buddies, won’t eat them.
But I thought when they got to be 7 feet long, all that was behind them.
Not so.



Quote:
I saw this picture on Bits&Pieces, and followed the link to Stephen Leakier’s wildlife photography site. Wow, he’s got a lot more Gators, plus great bird and animal pictures, too. My personal favorites are the antics of the Ospreys, Steve’s captured so well.
Steve consented to let us also use this image... Thanks Steve.

Anyone that’s tried to photograph wildlife, knows you have to be “vewy vewy quiet”, which means sitting/lying still, for extended periods of time. Since a lot of Steve’s portfolio was shot in southern wetlands (read swamps), I can’t imagine how many mosquitoes, chiggers, and God knows what, have feasted on him. Now that’s literally, suffering for your art.



ZenGum  Sunday Dec 13 11:25 PM

Big Gator: "See you later!"



toranokaze  Monday Dec 14 01:48 AM

That is crazy Bruce. I wonder how often this happens



Trimoon  Monday Dec 14 07:31 AM

I've seen gator on gator attacks where death occurs about three times in the past 10 years. Most the time they're just mating which can get quite rough. Steve



spudcon  Monday Dec 14 09:20 AM

The little guy should have stuck a stick between the big guy's jaws. That always works in the cartoons.



Pie  Monday Dec 14 09:36 AM

Hey Trim-o! Welcome!



TheMercenary  Monday Dec 14 10:28 AM

We have some gators like that around here, but most of the time they are just laying around together in the sun. I can't say as I have ever seen them so much as wink at each other.



boodoggy  Monday Dec 14 10:52 AM

When you are that big, a spot of camoflauge on the back will suffice.



monster  Monday Dec 14 11:18 AM

hi Steve, great pic, thanks.

I really want to put a santa hat on that gator, but I'll resist.....

I can't wait to go back to Florida in Feb.



glatt  Monday Dec 14 11:23 AM

Yeah, thanks for letting us use the picture, Steve, and welcome to the Cellar.

Have any after pictures of the bloody water?



xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 14 11:49 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Trimoon View Post
I've seen gator on gator attacks where death occurs about three times in the past 10 years. Most the time they're just mating which can get quite rough. Steve
Thanks for checking in, as well as the use of the picture, I see you've been welcomed.
Jonco wrote the 'Gators were 7 and 10 feet long, do they really differ that much in girth for only 3 ft in length?


Sundae  Monday Dec 14 02:03 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Trimoon View Post
Most the time they're just mating which can get quite rough.
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheMercenary View Post
We have some Dwellars like that around here, but most of the time they are just laying around together in the sun.


Welcome, Trimoon.
Great photos.


Gravdigr  Tuesday Dec 15 04:38 PM

Um...not what I was expecting when I read gator on gator action...



Cloud  Tuesday Dec 15 04:45 PM

I was severely disappointed by the lack of alligator copulation in this thread.

Severely!



ZenGum  Tuesday Dec 15 06:50 PM

How do you know that isn't 'gator foreplay you're seeing right there?



Cloud  Tuesday Dec 15 08:18 PM

well, from the picture, they'd be doing 69



xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Dec 16 01:00 AM

Naw, that's a T-formation... very advanced, very kinky.



SPUCK  Wednesday Dec 16 05:35 AM

"T" huh? Where's my Kama Sutra manual?



Foreplay and T and sex... Are you trying to work Tiger Woods into this?



Gravdigr  Thursday Dec 17 03:40 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ZenGum View Post
How do you know that isn't 'gator foreplay you're seeing right there?
Foreplay doesn't need THAT many teeth.


BTW: Know the difference between erotic and kinky? Erotic - you use the feather. Kinky - you use the whole chicken.


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