1920s alligator farm. The ... Alligator farm / the 20' s. I thought they were eating a dog carcass at first 1920s alligator farm The Alligator / the 20' s I thought they were eating a dog carcass at first
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - felixjarl
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I thought they were eating a dog carcass at first
I thought they were eating a dog carcass at first
#1 - danjazown
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(04/06/2014) [-]
nope
nope
#64 to #1 - jokervsbatsy
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User avatar #76 to #1 - dinonator
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but these are crocodiles you 9 year old insuclent **** i have over 300 confirmed reptilian studies finished
#78 to #1 - poorjew
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Ok finally i have to ask, where is that from?
User avatar #79 to #78 - jonto
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"Archer" i believe
User avatar #19 to #1 - demonictoasters
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Croc not alligator.
#44 to #19 - anon id: 6c6cc06a
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No crocks in the U.S. , sorry .
User avatar #63 to #44 - demonictoasters
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Doesn't matter, in the cartoon that is a croc not an alligator.
User avatar #49 to #44 - WolfPrince
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User avatar #15 to #1 - buellertar
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I am currently watching that episode right now.

This cool story is brought to you by Bro. Incorporated
User avatar #25 to #15 - cubanwhiteman
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Did the new season come out?
User avatar #26 to #25 - buellertar
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Yeah it's going on now and there are nine episodes so far
#28 to #1 - wholesomeburn
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Comment Picture
User avatar #2 - psychadelicace
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But...how do they not get eaten?
#23 to #2 - infinitereaper
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Magic mostly but there are some other reasons, for example,

the little alligators were raised and exposed to other species since birth, with introduction in the same environment, therefore, while reptiles generally live up to their cold blood there are some acceptations, in this case, I think it's most likely that the alligators see the dog and humans as other alligators, or at the very least, members of the actual family and present species.

Therefore, just as they alligators do not eat each other, they do not eat the people.
#59 to #23 - anon id: caeaff8b
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I see what you mean, but I feel like the idea of the alligators viewing humans and dogs as alligators is highly unlikely. Given that they can see other members of the species and smell themselves, a species decides whether or not an organism is of the same species as itself via looking at its shape and smell (on a separate note, it's also how organisms know if they can breed to produce fertile offspring with another organism).

What I feel is more likely, is that the alligators were raised in an environment to view humans and dogs as a source of food. Not as in they ARE food, but as in they provide food. They also were protected and cared for, thus it is a hindrance for the alligators' survival to harm the humans. The humans are really just an easy way for the alligators to survive, not necessarily family. Obviously, this method really only works with young organisms in the absence of a parent.

Pic somewhat related.
#41 to #23 - anon id: a742412a
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thanks
User avatar #24 to #23 - infinitereaper
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exceptions*
User avatar #14 to #2 - Maroon
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Animals only kill **** if they are threatened or hungry. Don't threaten them and don't forget to feed them.
#3 to #2 - welfarekid [OP]
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They ******* boxed and sold them.
#4 to #3 - psychadelicace
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Surely fake?
#5 to #4 - welfarekid [OP]
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(04/06/2014) [-]
no its real. Los Angeles alligator farm.
They did tricks too.
User avatar #77 to #3 - dinonator
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das ****** up
User avatar #17 - rokulda
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They had HD cameras 100 years ago?
#72 to #17 - thelastelephant
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MFW I realize 1920 is almost a hundred years ago
MFW I realize 1920 is almost a hundred years ago
User avatar #83 to #72 - welfarekid [OP]
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Holy ****, I still think of it being like.. 80 years ago
User avatar #75 to #17 - yiffcario
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How long does your profile pic/avatar go on for?
#20 to #17 - dizzyhills
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they built the pyramids 4000 years ago damn right they had cameras 100 years ago
User avatar #21 to #20 - rokulda
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HD CAMERAS
#29 to #21 - gastaftor
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Film and Polaroid cameras have an effective resolution higher than most HD cameras. As long as the pictures have been converted digitally in the last few years.
User avatar #27 to #21 - ThpiderMan
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I wouldn't call that anywhere near HD. Not saying it's legit or not because I don't care enough to check, but photos of that quality were definitely possible in 1920. Commercially avaliable cameras had been around for over 70 years at that point. Not positive how much over 70 years, I just remember doing a paper in high school about hobby paper photography becoming big in france in the 1850's.
#31 - nuggetry
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Alligators and Crocs are the closest thing we have to dinosaurs (mutha ****** chickens dont count *******) so in essence this is kind of like Jurassic Park.
Alligators and Crocs are the closest thing we have to dinosaurs (mutha ****** chickens dont count *******) so in essence this is kind of like Jurassic Park.
#58 to #31 - greenbatman
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U WOT
User avatar #35 to #31 - dragontamers
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Aren't birds a sub-set of dinosaurs?
User avatar #45 to #35 - nuggetry
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yeah they are, but i mean ...come on.....saying a bird is more of a dinosaur than a croc or gator is not badass.

And all i want is to be badass
#84 to #45 - dragontamers
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Are you saying this ************ isn't terrifying at all?
#86 to #84 - dragontamers
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User avatar #85 to #84 - nuggetry
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Me vs that bird in a fight to death. Vegas has me at a 50:1 favorite.
User avatar #87 to #85 - dragontamers
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It'll disembowel you the second you expose your gut.
User avatar #88 to #87 - nuggetry
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Please.....i got a 12 gauge
User avatar #89 to #88 - dragontamers
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Cassowarys may be solitary but emus aren't as much and just as deadly.
#62 to #45 - funbaggy
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Yeah I get you there chickens aren't quite as cool as crocs. But birds of prey are pretty sick.
#40 to #35 - anon id: d88e5787
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lol yes.. yes they are
User avatar #55 to #31 - confusedasian
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Kimodo Dragons.

Monitor lizards in general.
#6 - aytoktonik
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I am just gonna take this with me no worries .
#81 to #6 - spiedaspider
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#7 to #6 - aytoktonik
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User avatar #10 to #7 - mightypoggers
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Chain mail wouldn't work so well. It would help but ehhhh
User avatar #11 to #10 - aytoktonik
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If the RPK 74 with 60 bulllets per magazine and the 2 anti tank grandes won't work then I am not expecting much from the chainmail armor .
User avatar #12 to #11 - mightypoggers
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This is true.
#8 to #7 - aytoktonik
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#9 to #8 - aytoktonik
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Ready to go !
#22 to #9 - apellon
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Not yet comrade, not without glorious Mosin-Nagant
#74 to #22 - cplkoeksuster
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#30 to #22 - bazda
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I have a feeling that rifle can kill just about anything that is alive on this earth, except maybe whales.
User avatar #32 to #30 - mondprinzessin
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with enough of them you could probably kill a whale
User avatar #56 to #8 - songemot
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Don't know why you got thumbed down for this. That would actually be pretty useful.
User avatar #48 to #7 - WolfPrince
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Oh man you're so cool.
#43 - mion
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**mion rolled image**
mfw I thought they ate the dog
User avatar #50 to #43 - themysticmage
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amazingroll
User avatar #18 - jdogtwoptzero
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Alligators typically aren't the ones to worry about. It's crocs that'll **** your day up. Besides, if the gators grew up with constant human contact, then chances are any aggression would be minimal at most.
User avatar #33 to #18 - fuzzyballs
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here's the thing
getting food takes a lot of effort and energy
those people feed them, no effort required

would you kill your food source? I DON'T THINK TO ************
#47 - anotheroneonearth
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User avatar #51 to #47 - thelizardlord
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How often do you get to use that one?
User avatar #60 to #51 - kanatana
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I also need to know... thelizardlord
User avatar #53 - zahnrad
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I thought the first three images were stuff they were being fed.

Including the baby
User avatar #65 to #53 - thunderchanter
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I thought that was a dead dog they were eating too