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Gator Season in Texas
The Lone Star state took another step toward making almost every living animal in its dominion hunt-able. Awesome, right? This time it’s the gator. The state’s Parks and Wildlife Department is putting forward a proposed season to hunt alligators on private land in areas outside of what biologists have designated as the “core range,” defined as 22 counties mostly in the east. Since being removed from the endangered species list in 1987, the American alligator has taken kindly to Texas. More than a quarter-million are estimated to live there.
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