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By Rich Snow
Submitted photographSeptember 20, 2013
A hungry alligator snacking on a good-sized eel greeted Paul Hummer and Rich Snow on Aug. 7 as they golfed on Fripp Island.
RICH SNOW — Submitted photograph
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A hungry alligator snacking on a good sized eel greeted Paul Hummer and Rich Snow on Aug. 7 as they golfed on Fripp Island.
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