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  • Kim A. Cabrera
    Hi Audrey, It is not a raccoon. My guess is alligator. It looks like a huge lizard track to me. I haven t visited gator country yet, but it sure looks like
    Message 1 of 5 , Sep 5, 2007
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      Hi Audrey,

      It is not a raccoon. My guess is alligator. It looks like a huge
      lizard track to me. I haven't visited 'gator country yet, but it sure
      looks like they grow 'em big there!

      Kim
    • Audrey Smith
      Thanks Kim. Florida s warm climate is host to many introduced exotics, many of them reptiles, so I haven t ruled out the possibility of a large escaped
      Message 2 of 5 , Sep 6, 2007
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        Thanks Kim. Florida's warm climate is host to many introduced exotics, many of them reptiles, so I haven't ruled out the possibility of a large escaped monitor lizard. That would explain the extra claw mark. Thanks for your help!

        Audrey

        "Kim A. Cabrera" <tracker@...> wrote:
        Hi Audrey,

        It is not a raccoon. My guess is alligator. It looks like a huge
        lizard track to me. I haven't visited 'gator country yet, but it sure
        looks like they grow 'em big there!

        Kim






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      • Kim A. Cabrera
        Not something I d want to stumble across while out hiking.... :) Kim ... From: Audrey Smith To:
        Message 3 of 5 , Sep 6, 2007
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          Not something I'd want to stumble across while out hiking.... :)
          Kim

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          From: "Audrey Smith" <audreysmith79@...>
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          Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2007 5:29 AM
          Subject: Re: [Animal Tracks] Fwd: FW: Emailing: P1010002.JPG


          > Thanks Kim. Florida's warm climate is host to many introduced exotics,
          > many of them reptiles, so I haven't ruled out the possibility of a large
          > escaped monitor lizard. That would explain the extra claw mark. Thanks
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          > Audrey
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          > "Kim A. Cabrera" <tracker@...> wrote:
          > Hi Audrey,
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          > It is not a raccoon. My guess is alligator. It looks like a huge
          > lizard track to me. I haven't visited 'gator country yet, but it sure
          > looks like they grow 'em big there!
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