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Posted by: Danny Conner at Tue Feb 22 13:39:11 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Danny Conner ]  
   

"Clear his hind legs"? There you go again Doc putting words in my mouth. I never said he should jump that high. All I said was he was a lame leaper.
Just like I never compared an 800 lb 13 foot plus gator to Rex. My point there was that gators CAN jump. All crocs can jump.
Also being the biggest gator I've ever seen (and I seach them out) possibly a gator that size is more rare than a 15 foot salt.

I've known for over 20 years that a young small crocs leaping ability will diminish with size and age. I never debated that.
I like discussions, however I won't waste my time arguing with people that I don't think know what they're talking about. Hence the "research".
I'm sorry if you thought my questions were personal but if you use a name like crocdoc there will be questions. Use DK if you don't like questions.
Clearly you know more about salts than I'll ever know just like, living in TX, I'll have more interactions with rattlesnakes than you ever will. It's geography. Being a croc guy for me that sucks but that's the way it is.
I'm not searching the internet for leaping croc pics, I (we) have wasted to much time on this already.
The reason I assumed a relationship with Rex was because in your weight conversions post you said last year when WE got him.
To me that implied some sort of ownership. Next post experience with 15 footers.


   

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