Alligator handler recovering after attack, daring rescue

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I saw the video on reddit yesterday and it was pretty intense. I was amused by how the helper had to make his escape.
 
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I would have insisted on taping the alligators mouth shut.
 
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Never tried it and doubt I ever will.

I have tried calamari and didn't like it.

I'm a beef and potatoes and normal food kinda guy.
 

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I know it's a cliche, but it tastes like chicken - except it also has a taste of brook trout. It's a weird combination, but it works.
 

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I just read an article about a man that was attacked by an alligator in Louisiana after the hurricane this weekend. He was in the shed, flood waters about, his wife comes outside to see a gator attacking him, she "rescues" him from the gator, gets him to the house where she realizes the gator bit his arm off, then she gets in a boat and goes 1 mile for help, doesnt find any, comes back and the husband is missing. That sounds like a plot straight out of a Lake Placid movie.
 

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That sounds like a plot straight out of a Lake Placid movie.

Indeed. It sounds like a very, very bad day.

Plot twist! We find out in 3 months that she's charged with his murder!
 
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