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Alligator eaten by great blue heron in Florida wetlands


Ben HooperFeb. 17 (UPI) -- A man visiting Florida wetlands captured unusual video of a great blue heron making a meal out of one of the state's most feared predators: an alligator. (UPI Odd News) More More

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The best camping spots in every state for a cheap summer vacation - Business Insider


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