An alligator linked to a missing miniature horse was killed by a Texas grandmother.
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Watch out for this “big boss”.
A great-grandmother in Texas recently killed a huge alligator, according to a Facebook post.
“One shot – – – – > A Big-un!” Facebook user Scott Hughes wrote on Monday, sharing photos of the creature nabbed by Livingston mayor Judy B. Cochran.
Hughes’ post, the man said the gator weighed in at 580 pounds.
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The woman’s death recently went down on her ranch in Goodrich, the Houston Chronicle.
“We think this is the gator that ate one of our miniature horses for a number of years ago, as great as this gator was, he could have easily eaten,” Cochran told the newspaper. “Typically the gators don’t bother us, but we are looking for (this one).”
Cochran said the creature would be used for food and fashion.
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“Moye Taxidermy is the processing of it, we eat the meat, the head is mounted, and the rhodesian ridgeback is a part of the tail in my office,” she explained.
Cochran added, “We have the hide tanned for a pair of boots, you can only boots to the abdomen.”
The hunting was ethical, according to the mayor.