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Old 06-27-02, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Dom!!!!

Hey dom i just read in the toronto sun that Little Rays is on a caiman hunting expendition in the haliburton area LOL NEED HELP LOL!! or does he need a home when paul catchs him? Are you helping with the capture?if so ya better watch all them croc hunter reruns there on at 1;00 , 6;00 and midnight LOL!!! This just backs my claim on the croc forum that most ppl just dont realize what there getting into and dont have a clue what to do with them when they get that 6' range like that one is.any how tell paul i wish him luck and you to if your in on it kkep me posted ok man, this doesnt happen much up here and hes gonna be in bad shape when ya get him the water is WAY to cold in that lake for a caiman best bet is on the bank at night with a boat without a motor (canoe etc) jsut the vibrations of a moter will put him under the water before they ever get ot him IMO ,GOOD LUCK!! :grab:
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Oooooooooo crocodilians get tossed out too easily. Nobody think that cute little Caiman could get up to 8 feet. They adapt
VERY well to all climates too. One would asume they need the warm temperatures to survive... LOL... I guess that croc that has been living in a river for 3 years now in Buffallo settled that! Buffallo has some of the coldest, harshest winters and the little guy has managed fine through all of the ice storms, etc. Well, I guess they ahve to be able to adapt since they have been around since the time of the dinosaurs!
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ITs was quite a willd two days for Paul but unfortunetly i was not part of the "expedition .. I was here doing what I do best .. tons of educational shows..

The caiman was around 3 feet and a half .. Paul searched for 2 days straight and never ended up seing a thing .. Its really unfortunate but i am sure for some reason he will survive...

Well I did not get to go on the expedition but I did just feed Stewart and Chase .. our two huge american alligators tonight for a flashlight tour!! Amazingly fun! There getting so big!

Take care guys!

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If you can Jason - scan that news paper clipping .. i'd love to see it!
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Old 06-27-02, 09:43 PM   #4 (permalink)
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ok mna i emailed it to ya let me know if it worked if not ill do it again
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Old 06-28-02, 05:26 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Sorry man never received it...

email is Dominicjules@hotmail.com

Try again if u don't mind.. Tx Jason

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