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Gators in New York's Sewer

If you're a local or a visitor to New York, don't be surprised if you see a gator trying to come up through a manhole. They are also trying to make it out of the city's sewer through toilets. Back to Article

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mattisnotdead
mattisnotdead wrote:
2013-05-09 07:44:24 -0700

..Wow.

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SilverstreamFan327
SilverstreamFan327 wrote:
2012-08-08 18:37:09 -0700

I don't believe that... I live in NYC and nothing like that happens

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im here
im here wrote:
2011-07-17 21:47:51 -0700

lol :P
i said probably. xD

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webkinzrule24
webkinzrule24 wrote:
2011-07-17 21:45:49 -0700

So your telling me that there are gators that are the size of a toilet bowl, living in a sewer...?

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im here
im here wrote:
2011-07-17 21:41:45 -0700

*they xD

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im here
im here wrote:
2011-07-17 21:41:32 -0700

If they are small enough, the probably can.

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iBelieve
iBelieve wrote:
2011-07-17 21:41:23 -0700

Weird...

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webkinzrule24
webkinzrule24 wrote:
2011-07-17 21:39:31 -0700

Such a myth.. What gator fits into a toilet bowl? Those things are huge compared to a small toilet bowl!

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