Probably not, that guy doesn't look especially big (unless that is a huge culvert he is sitting on). Maybe a place like Critter Control or other wildlife removal companies could come and get it.Is there a wildlife place or game warden or someone that can remove the gator, especially since you have two cute little girls living with you now?
And no I haven't heard of that movie, but it does sound interesting..Maybe I'll watch it over the weekend.Pesky bad alligator or crocodile does have some awfully nice markings, though-- hey, Mr. Hank, methinks u should make a drawing or painting of it! i would myself, xcept i got no artistic or fine arts skillz
also, Mr. Hank, wanted to tell u and ur peeps about that Woody Allen movie, "Midnight in Paris." Since u r so good at art, ya might find it interesting. They reference a lot of well-known painters. it's pretty kewl, if u ask me.
It most certainly does that is why the nusanance allegator program in Florida does not bother with gators under 4 feet.. The gator does look pretty small but doesn't lessen the danger of course
Generally, alligators less than 4 feet in length are not large enough to be dangerous unless handled. They eat small fish, frogs, and other small animals. Typically, they are not large enough to be a threat to even small pets. The mere presence of a small alligator is not cause for concern. Occasionally alligators less than 4 feet in length are legitimate problems and must be addressed. If an alligator less than four feet in length is in a location that is not natural (such as a swimming pool or garage), call the Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286).
Hmm maybe I will have to do a picture of the gator twins sitting on top of the gator like they just wrestled and won the fight against it- or something a long those lines. Definitely would be a fun little project and I know that Bessi and Smili would be fun subjects to include