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Alligator found at Chew Valley Lake

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Topic: Alligator found at Chew Valley Lake
Posted By: JimC
Subject: Alligator found at Chew Valley Lake
Date Posted: 04 Aug 17 at 8:08pm" rel="nofollow -

Watch out for logs by the waterside folks...

Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 05 Aug 17 at 8:04pm

Posted By: zeon
Date Posted: 05 Aug 17 at 11:33pm
Since when was chew in the midlands ? Wink

Posted By: JimC
Date Posted: 05 Aug 17 at 11:55pm
Two different alligators it seems. The midlands one is Sandwell Valley SC (and was 1999). And I've found invasive shrimps in our reservoir, so be careful out there folks...

Posted By: zeon
Date Posted: 06 Aug 17 at 12:13am
I see now. Smile  

Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 06 Aug 17 at 10:21am
google alligator sightings, they occur with same frequency as large cat sightings.
Chew Valley one, genuine, actually got one, no explanation that I can find where the poor thing appeared from.
Unlikely they could survive winter so chances of a breeding pair slim.

Posted By: Time Lord
Date Posted: 06 Aug 17 at 5:21pm
How about an actual Mississippi Snapping Turtle found a few years ago in the Engine Pool at Earlswood Lakes near Solihull?


Earlswood Lake Sailing Club sail on the adjoining lake and this did encourage some rapid capsize recovery. The turtle was real, was some 3ft long and was rehomed to a local safari park.

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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 06 Aug 17 at 6:45pm
Google researched Alligators surviving in UK, some experts say certain Alligator species could survive british winter, they dig burrows in bank.

Posted By: transient
Date Posted: 06 Aug 17 at 8:20pm
Great White Shark in Chichester Harbour." rel="nofollow -

..........yeah right.

Posted By: PeterG
Date Posted: 07 Aug 17 at 12:56pm
People seem to sail on Loch Ness without too many disappearing without traceLOL

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Posted By: 423zero
Date Posted: 07 Aug 17 at 1:27pm
Thousands of people disappear in Britain every year, hmmm, the ones never found,could be they have a common denominator, walking by water, just saying.

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