Monday, June 23, 2008

An Expert Such as Banholzer

This is my new favorite catch-phrase. (leads to a wildlife story involving my brother)

When my brother David was a Wildlife Officer, closer to Carolina’s Coast, he encountered a handful of occasions, where an alligator was spied on the beach and in the saltwater surf. Mostly though they called him to snare alligators at golf courses, where he learned well from some other experienced experts. He pointed out how the muscles that an alligator uses to open his jaw are much weaker than the muscles he uses to chomp down quickly on his prey. Thus, it doesn’t take much tape to keep an alligators jaw shut.

No comments: