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Remind me to never get into another argument about dinosaurs with you, okay?
I don't know if you seen this, but it's pretty cool. A python eating an alligator.
I understand you guys have some intruder species problems that side. It is a shame and should be a criminal offense to introduce those animals into the wild. Pythons are seriously mean predators; they are fast, powerful and damned aggressive.
What is so bad about what is happening by you, is that in that area (Everglades, is it?) is because the snake is introduced at the top of the food chain. If you introduced that snake in Africa, the Amazon or heck, even the areas where your grizzlies, wolves and cougars live, the snake would be outcompeted and eradicated by natural means. Sadly, only one predator to compete, and the alligator is a much less sturdy opponent than say, a Nile crocodile or a Saltie.
So now, the intruder gets his foothold