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(Sun Sentinel)   Residents of Broward and Palm Beach are trying to stop gentrification in their neighborhoods after crocodiles start moving in   ( ) divider line
    More: Florida, Palm Beach, Broward County, Intracoastal Waterway, Florida Fish, Key Largo, Wildlife Conservation Commission, Everglades National Park, Port Everglades  
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A Cave Geek: KidneyStone: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: A Cave Geek: So, I understand the biological differences between alligators and there a behavioral difference?  Or is it kinda like the "Black bear to brown bear" comparison?

Crocs are typically more agressive than the FL alligator. You don't really have to worry about gators too much, we swim with them all the time. But I'd get out if the water in a hurry if I knew a croc was there.

Not this species/class/whatever you call it.  This species is not as aggressive as gators in FL.  Other species, oh yeah, scary.

So it's basically the same reaction people up north here have to "OMG!  a FREAKING KODIAK BEAR!"  (Just a bigger version of the brown bear, but basically a comfort-seeking scavanger)

Beats me, i ain't from up North.  But it would by MY reaction if i saw a Kodiak.  I've never seen a bear take pictures before.
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