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Which would win the battle between a Florida alligator and a cottonmouth water moccasin? . . . .
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I'd Be Mighty Beholdin' To Anybody Out There Who Could Answer The Question: Can A Florida Alligator Eat A Venomous Cottonmouth Water Moccasin Without Ending Up 'Dead' From The Serpent's Bite? . . . .Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Swamp Hunter May 26, 2013.

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Eternally unanswered questions of great interest to me . . . .

Always have certain questions that I'd like to have answered but am unable to find in books or other conventional source materials. For instance: I understand that the bite of a cottonmouth moccasin could not cause much damage to an alligator because of the toughness of its scutes, but what if the alligator grabbed and swallowed the cottonmouth, and inside the gator's mouth, the snake bit the soft tissue and injected venom. Would that then be possible of killing the alligator? . . . .

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Cotton Mouth Moccasin vs. Everglades alligator

    As Of Yet, I Have Not Received An Answer From Any Of Our Members Regarding A Question Which Has Occupied Me For Quite Some Time Now.  .  .  'Is An Alligator Able To Eat A Cotton Mouth Moccasin Without Suffering Any Fallout From It's Venomous Bite?'

Posted on August 8, 2013 at 10:03am

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At 8:13am on May 13, 2013, Swamp Hunter said…

As far as I know alligators are not immune to snake poison.

 
 
 

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