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SO GROSS! Mayfly Swarm Literally Blankets Mississippi River Towns In Icky Bugs!

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Sunday night marked an annual mayfly hatch along the Mississippi River.

And boy did things get gross, quick.

The bugs spend their larva days in the mud of the Mississippi River until its hatching time, when they swim up to the surface and emerge as adults.

While they do make a great meal for frogs and birds and more, there are just so many of them it's crazy.

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727-Pound Record Setting Gator Caught In Mississippi

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Whoa!! That's one heck of an alligator!!

Alligator hunting season has only just begun in Mississippi and the state record for heaviest gator has already been broken twice.

In the same day!!

First, a 723.5-pound, 13.5-foot-long gator was caught, breaking the record by 26-pounds.

Then, later that day, Dustin Bockman and his buddy Cole Landers (who both have '70s porn star names) caught a 13-foot-long, 727-pound gator!!

Bockman said:

"He broke all the lines we could put in him. Finally put a snare on him and got him up high enough and put a shot on him. All in all, probably took us four and a half hours to catch him from the first time we saw him. My goal was to get a 10-footer. I couldn't believe it when it was that big."

That's crazy there are gators that big and that common!

We don't like anyone killing animals ever but maybe people will sleep a little easier knowing this beast is out of the water.

Check out the video (above) to see the record breaking beast.

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Authorities Still Looking For Dolphin Mutilators In Gulf Of Mexico

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hunt-for-dolphin-killers-web.jpgFirst reported in April, the hunt for the dolphin mutilators in the Gulf of Mexico continues with no answers.

The latest incident started when a dolphin was found with its lower jaw missing on Friday.

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Plight Of The Sea Turtle

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So Sad.

A year after the BP oil spill, endangered sea turtles are still washing up dead on Gulf shores in large numbers.

However, a recent federal investigation suggests that the culprit is likely not oil.

Scientist are now pointing their rubber gloved fingers at fishing nets.

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Dead Sea Turtles Washing Up On Mississippi Beaches

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Sad!

Sea Turtles are part of a growing number of dead fish, animals and birds she and other Mississippi residents have photographed washing in with the tides in recent weeks. For Shirley, a trip to the beach no longer provides the same relaxing refuge as before.

One Mississippi resident said:

"It’s very upsetting. I have never found anything like this until after the oil spill. It used to be if you found a dead dolphin or turtle it was front page news around here. Now it’s no big deal.”

There have been 38 dead or stranded turtles collected in Mississippi this year, most in the past few weeks.

Officials say possible causes could range from infectious disease, sudden shifts in water temperature, biotoxins such as red tide or the impact from the BP oil that polluted the area.

The only other Gulf state to report a rise in on-shore turtle deaths this year is Texas with 48, more than twice the number counted in 2009–the year before the BP oil blowout.

That year, the total number of on-shore turtle deaths in the Gulf shot up to 248, nearly five times the number from the previous year.

Scientists say it may be impossible to know if dolphin and turtle strandings are due to the BP oil blowout.

We have to find a cause to these poor animal deaths, and we need to stop it soon!

[Image via WENN.]

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