Maybe Florida Man can stay out of trouble by taking up a new hobby: iguana hunting.
The green iguana population is growing exponentially in Florida â and the stateâs Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission wants them dead.
âHomeowners do not need a permit to kill iguanas on their own property, and the FWC encourages homeowners to kill green iguanas on their own property whenever possible,â a notice the commissionâs website reads.
The directive also said the âinvasive speciesâ can be killed year-round without a permit on 22 public lands in south Florida....
https://tinyurl.com/y4jvl9bq (Wanna get rid of an iguana? On second thought, donât just âshoot them up,â Florida says). Probably too many Floridians can't shoot straight or just want to shoot up the neighborhood anyway
What's a "Florida Man"? Is that a fictious evulotionary step to post-modern effeminate, not-sure-what-I-am creatures popularized in the press these days? Forget the iguanas. Seems like there is open warfare on manhood.
Christopher, what would you know about culinary delicacies, you louse-ridden, gap-toothed, cardboard-sign-carrying hobo? In fact, with your third-grade education, what would you know about anything? Only kid I ever heard of who was so dumb he had to take remedial recess!
Obviously you are not familiar with Mississippi possums, sc. They weigh up to 400 pounds, run in packs, and have been known to carry away whole families who were sleeping soundly at home. Grocery stores? To a pack of ravaging Mississippi possums, YOU are the grocery store. I donât dare take the trash out at night without carrying a flamethrower. I wouldnât have a goat left on the place if I hadnât trained them in martial arts.
To Just- Possums aren't a real threat. I think that gun happy killers should take up another hobby. ..you don't have grocery stores or farms? Killing for sport is creepy. I understand self defense.I don't hear much about possum attacks. I do hear a lot of human attacks. We are to be good stewards over that to which God has entrusted. Killing animals desensitizes people.
CBS News wrote: .... Green iguanas are considered to be invasive. [ https://tinyurl.com/y4lv3qoc ] based on the damage they have caused to seawalls, sidewalks and landscape plants. They do not pose a threat to humans and can be kept as pets in Florida....