Heeding those Warning Signs: Alligators Snap

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A Pertinent Reminder in Sanibel, Fla.

A reminder: Please do not hassle the alligators. Or bite them. Alligators snap. Maintain a safe distance if you happen to see on, on Sanibel Island, Fla., or elsewhere. Photo credit: M. Ciavardini

A reminder: Please do not hassle the alligators. Or bite them. Alligators snap. Maintain a safe distance if you happen to see on, on Sanibel Island, Fla., or elsewhere. Photo credit: M. Ciavardini

One would think that not tormenting nearby alligators would be intuitive, but, apparently, those without common sense need to be reminded. Life in the wild and all.

—Lori Tripoli

An alligator in Sanibel, Fla. Photo credit: M. Ciavardini

An alligator in Sanibel, Fla.
Photo credit: M. Ciavardini

Note from the Brawny Sherpa: When your wife is preparing to go out for a lovely dinner and you want to stop by an alligator preserve first, you might want to have her bring an extra pair of shoes, not heels. You get up close and personal with alligators in their natural habitat. It’s sandy, and alligators can move at a rapid speed on land for short distancesquickly enough to catch a slow-moving wife.As we all know, heels don’t do very well in sand.

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