Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Florida, Alligators

Tuesday, 31 January 2012

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It's not them you should be worrying about!

In the Florida's Everglades National Park an alien species of python, the Burmese version, attempted to swallow an alligator whole, in its entirety and still alive.

The python measured 3,9 metres and the alligator a mere 6 foot (1,9 metres), an uneven battle took place as the python started to swallow it's prey, but the alligator had other ideas after just consuming a lost goat who was full of methane gas after chewing the swamp reeds that grow alongside the swamp (logical).

After devouring half of the gator the python decided to go for the final blow and attempted to swallow the rest but the gator, in one last attempt to save itself, let a gigantic fart go, releasing the methane gas inside the python's belly, they both exploded, AAAHH!

Unfortunately none of the 2 survived the ordeal (the goat neither), the hole was too huge. Forest Rangers who discovered the extraordinary scene of death and mutilation gave the following statement:

"It seems we are dealing with a new type of predator here, Burmese Pythons, and they will devour everything that crosses their paths, luckily nature has always something up it's sleeve so I think we'll introduce reed-chewing goats to counteract the problem!"

Not even Darwin could have known how perfect his evolution theory works!

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