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We had our first scary wildlife encounter in Murrells Inlet and it made Typhoon and Roscoe jump sky high. See the dangerous creature in today’s post!
We were walking the greenway near the new house as we do a couple of times a day when Roscoe and Typhoon both jumped straight up in the air and scrambled backwards. Hu-Dad was quickly scanning the ground for a snake or alligator…but the attacker was much, much worse.
According to Typhoon and Roscoe, the attacking beast came racing from the underbrush, bared its fangs, and roared a warning at them to back away. For some odd reason, Hu-Dad was laughing hysterically and claimed they exaggerated the danger. We will leave it to you to decide, but will end with a photo of our two warriors returning to the barracks after the battle (well, returning to the air conditioning and soft beds).
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