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Post Reply Giant rodents have invaded Florida.
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I want to hug one.


nononononono


Oh yesyesyesyessss.
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gators and snakes must be having a field day
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Sogno- wrote:

gators and snakes must be having a field day


i think they probably don't have a big enough snake their to eat them unless the capybara's natural predator the anaconda followed them up their
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runs to get my camera i want film some the beasts!
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I want to pet one.
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Sogno- wrote:

gators and snakes must be having a field day


i think they probably don't have a big enough snake their to eat them unless the capybara's natural predator the anaconda followed them up their


You will be pleased to know that not only did South American green anacondas make it to Florida, they did so years ago. As have Burmese Pythons.
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Them dudes look interesting a strange mix of one animal i love "Dog" and the other i would prefer dead "Rat".. thats just me.
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Jaguars are next. Calling it now.
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At first I read the title as "Giant robots have invaded Florida." and I was happy for a second.
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Rodents of unusual size? I don't think they exist.
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geauxtigers1989 wrote:

Jaguars are next. Calling it now.


Well there are already native panthers so they'll have competition.
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gornotck wrote:


dragonlord1234 wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

gators and snakes must be having a field day


i think they probably don't have a big enough snake their to eat them unless the capybara's natural predator the anaconda followed them up their


You will be pleased to know that not only did South American green anacondas make it to Florida, they did so years ago. As have Burmese Pythons.


next thing you know amazon giant river otters will arrive if they haven't already. also im not sure if a python could eat a capybara since they are the size of a medium dog which is im pretty sure too big for most pythons. ether way with all the introduced species the local ecosystem must not be doing well
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Old news. Nothing to see here, folks.


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