Re: NANFA-- Fw: Beware

Bruce Stallsmith (
Wed, 23 Oct 2002 20:43:03 -0400

I'm glad they found a gator that big, that means that available habitat is
(was?) good. Were the rattlesnakes killed or just counted? Killing 87
rattlesnakes would be a local holocaust for the local ecosystem unless a
sudden population jump in small rodents is considered a good thing. Hope I'm

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: "Charles Nunziata" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: NANFA-- Fw: Beware
>Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 19:25:42 -0400
>Hi All:
>Take a look at this. I thought the maximum Gator length was around 14 ft.
>The snake picture is just thrown in for laughs. Now, the Central Florida
>Region guys and gals are planning a one day collecting trip in this area
>next month..... hmmm
>Below is the original message.
>Charlie Nunziata
>A Florida Power & Light crew putting in lines for an addition to the
>Orlando International Airport, found the following in a culvert they
>were using...
>The gator is/was 18' 2" long. The rattlesnake roundup total = 87!
>F,P & L shared these pictures with the local Engineering team.
>There is no place like home!!
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