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20 years in Florida live in the wilds NEVER seen a live one only poor old dead ones by the roads.


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Posts: 2041 | Location: Ft Myers Florida | Registered: November 05, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If I made up little armadillo stickers for my wifes Denali her door and fender would be full from her running those things down in our driveway and on our Gators in the fields!


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Little fuckin bastards, about the only thing worse is a damn feral pig.



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20 years in Florida live in the wilds NEVER seen a live one only poor old dead ones by the roads.


hmmmm... do you not live in or drive through neighborhoods that have lawns with earthworms, grubs and other delicacies?

'Dillers do most of their foraging at night, and they can run for the bushes very fast when alarmed.


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Maybe you could use a new rifle? Smile A 17HMR is devastating on that size pest...not really low decibels if that is important, though.


True, but when the critter was charging around in the back yard at 3 in the afternoon, the closest firearm that was near by was a Desert Eagle.

Wasn't sure if it had rabies, but I didn't want to find out and then have to take everything to the vet. Decibels weren't an issue.


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