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Crocs in Florida

 
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Best be careful when fishing out there in the everglades http://www.bbc.com/news/36349031

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There is also an American crocodile. It is more rare than the common alligator. They hold their bodies further from the ground and can make a very quick run even on a very muddy surface. Many pets and a few children have been taken by them.

We visited Florida when my daughter was almost 3. I was very cautious, expecially around brackish water, where these crocs live.
 
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