My Own Jurrasic Park

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FAC257
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Guys had to post this shot.......

I have a trail cam set up on a wildlife corridor in the wetland preserve next to my office. Most of the time it's goofy animal shots but this one from last evening is really cool.
That's a good sized raccoon in the gator's mouth.

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Yea ! and that's a BFG eating that Racoon.

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:shock:

i'm so glad the nastiest thing around my area is the semi feral farmers cat!

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:shock: :shock: :shock:

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Good Job I hate ratcoons. :D
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Blimey what a great catch with the cam 8) 8)

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Remarkable photo Forest. That's some office location you've got there! :shock:

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Damn :lol:

Very nice pic thanks for saring
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Have plenty of the gators that try and take up residence on the ponds on my land in South TX... dogs have become a bit leery of that afternoon swim ...


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Ahh, got bigger ghecko's in my living room, great shot though :D Baited with roadkill i would say, or you are a very lucky photographer :wink:

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Just a lucky shot. Most of the images that camera catches on that wildlife corridor area are raccoons. All of us in the office were surprised by the image catching the gator.
The momma-gator is one I'm real familiar with. Her cave is visible from my office window, and I imagine that's where she's dragging this little meal off too.
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