Many of these critters live in "sort of nasty places" that are polluted, and gators
probably eat all kinds of sick animals, comments Paul Klein, a reptile infectious disease specialist at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville.
course is just a part of the required training EOD forces must have before heading to the Iraq and Afghanistan areas of operations.
Taking place January 1, 2008, at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, the Konica Minolta Gator
Bowl will be televised on the CBS network beginning 1 p.m.
Featured on the Gator
TS is a 286 cc FC290V engine rated 10 hp at 2500 rpm.
The nutrient-rich soil that winds up on the banks in the making of gator
holes grows a variety of native plants, and locals from turtles to fish to wading birds come to the gator
hole to find nourishment.
Of course, some of your customers might go for a Gator
Magnum or a concealed carry Gator-Lite.
This description by University of Florida religion professor David Hackett back when the Gators
reigned as national champions--could be of just about any sports venue in America.
Another bonus is excellent UV protection, which means Gator
utility vehicles will retain that "just-off-the-line" appearance for a longer time.
Clyde Marsh, Commander Task Force 51, could say the same about his "Gators
." The amphibious forces under his command jumped into fleet air defense identification in some new ways to unseat Saddam Hussein's regime.
Raised in Escondido, Calif., during the heyday of the 1970s skateboarding renaissance, Rogowski took to the culture of backyard ramps and neighborhood skate parks quickly, earning the nickname "Gator
" in reference to a T-shirt he frequently wore.
That's because she's the first-ever female to work in the Gator
Wrestlin' Arena at Gatorland in Orlando, Fla.
Suddenly, however, the spin stopped and the gator
rose toward the surface.