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Contents: Deformed Gator Heads, Louisiana Gator Processing Virtual Tour, Central Florida Gators Virtual tour,
Gator Roadside Americana
WORLD'S
ONLY DEFORMED ALLIGATOR HEAD COLLECTION
For
the first time, offered individually for sale (350+ heads) Why
do we have so many?
These
deformities occurred in the Louisiana bayous, due to the oil companies'
actions. Back in the 1930's they did not know what to do with the
byproduct of oil  DIOXIN  so they put it in 55 gallon drums and buried
it in the bayous.
Years later, the barrels are leaking into the
ecosystem, causing cancer, tumors, stillbirths and other
abnormalities. Who knows how many critters die and are never found
from the changes to their DNA from the dioxin poisoning?
THIS
IS WHAT HAPPENS WITH OIL DISCHARGE IN THE WATER/
Even today,
there are times of the year when shrimp fishing is shut down in the Gulf
due to the Dioxin washing out from the bayous.
This county in
Louisiana shows the highest children's cancer occurrences according to
SloanKettering Cancer Center.
Glenn
began to notice these deformed heads as part of his orders for gator heads
from Louisiana, and began to request them to set aside the deformed heads
to send to him, which they did! That is how we acquired so many,
realizing how large a problem the pollution really was.

Deformed
Alligator head collection for sale
THESE HEADS CANNOT BE WHOLESALED
Individually priced, unless marked. Shown as
largest to smallest. 
#GDef1
183/8" long
$415 
GDef2
165/8" long
$365 SOLD 
GDef3
151/4" long
$245 
GDef4
147/8" long
$300 
GDef5
127/8" long
$220 
GDef6
123/8" long
$195 
GDef7
121/4" long
$195 
GDef8
113/4" long
$265 SOLD 
#GDEF8A SKULL
111/2" long x 51/2" across back,
4" across snout
$345 
GDef9
101/2" long
$225 SOLD 
GDef10
10" long
$215 
GDef11
91/2" long
$200 
GDef12
9" long
$175 
GDef13
85/8" long $160 
GDef14
81/2" long
$135 
GDef15
81/4" long
$135 

71/8
to 8" long
$85 EACH

GDef16
SOLD

GDef17

GDef18

GDef19

GDef20

GDef21 
GDef22

GDef23

GDef24

GDef25

GDef26


61/8
to 7" long
$65 EACH

GDef27

GDef28 SOLD

GDef29

GDef30
SOLD

GDef31

GDef32
SOLD 
GDef33

GDef34

GDef35

GDef36
SOLD 
GDef37

GDef38

GDef39

GDef40

GDef41

GDef42

GDef43

GDef44

GDef45
SOLD 
GDef46

GDef47

GDef48 SOLD 
GDef49 SOLD

GDef50

GDef51
SOLD 
GDef52

GDef53

GDef54

GDef55

GDef56

GDef57 SOLD 
GDef58

GDef59

GDef60
SOLD 
GDef61

GDef62

GDef63

GDef64
SOLD 
GDef65

GDef66 SOLD 
GDef67

GDef68

GDef69

GDef70

GDef71

GDef72

GDef73

GDef74

GDef75

GDef76

GDef77

GDef78

GDef79

GDef80 SOLD 
GDef81

GDef82

GDef83

GDef84

GDef85

GDef86

GDef87

GDef88

GDef89

GDef90

GDef91

GDef92

GDef93

GDef94

GDef95

GDef96

GDef97

GDef98

GDef99

GDef100

GDef101

GDef102

GDef103

GDef104

GDef105

GDef106

GDef107

GDef108

GDef109

GDef110

GDef111

GDef112

GDef113

GDef114

GDef115




51/8
to 6" long
$45 EACH

GDef116

GDef117

GDef118

GDef119

GDef120

GDef121
SOLD

GDef122

GDef123

GDef124

GDef125

GDef126

GDef127

GDef128

GDef129

GDef130

GDef131

GDef132
SOLD 
GDef133

GDef134

GDef135

GDef136
SOLD 
GDef137

GDef138

GDef139

GDef140

GDef141

GDef142

GDef143

GDef144

GDef145

GDef146 SOLD 
GDef147 SOLD 
GDef148

GDef149

GDef150

GDef151

GDef152

GDef153

GDef154

GDef155

GDef156

GDef157

GDef158

GDef159

GDef160

GDef161

GDef162

GDef163

GDef164

GDef165

GDef166

GDef167

GDef168

GDef169

GDef170

GDef171

GDef172

GDef173

GDef174 
GDef175

GDef176

GDef177

GDef178

GDef179

GDef180

GDef181

GDef182

GDef183

GDef184

GDef185

GDef186

GDef187

GDef188

GDef189

GDef190

GDef191

GDef192

GDef193

GDef194 
GDef195

GDef196

GDef197

GDef198

GDef199 SOLD 
GDef200

GDef201
SOLD

GDef202

GDef203

GDef204 SOLD 
GDef205

GDef206

GDef207
SOLD 
GDef209

GDef210

GDef211

GDef212 SOLD 
GDef213

GDef214

GDef215

GDef216

GDef217

GDef218

GDef219 
GDef220

GDef221

GDef222

GDef223

GDef224

GDef225

GDef226

GDef227 
GDef228

GDef229

GDef230

GDef231

GDef232 SOLD 
GDef233

GDef234

GDef235

GDef236

GDef237

GDef238

GDef239

GDef240

GDef241

GDef242

GDef243


41/8
to 5" long
$35 EACH

GDef244 SOLD 
GDef245

GDef246

GDef247

GDef248

GDef249

GDef250

GDef251

GDef252

GDef253 
GDef254

GDef255

GDef256

GDef257

GDef258
SOLD 
GDef259

GDef260

GDef261

GDef262
SOLD 
GDef263

GDef264

GDef265 SOLD 
GDef266

GDef267

GDef268

GDef269
SOLD 
GDef270 SOLD 
GDef271

GDef272

GDef273
SOLD

GDef274 
GDef275
SOLD 
GDef276

GDef277

GDef278

GDef279

GDef280

GDef281

GDef282

GDef283

GDef284

GDef285

GDef286

GDef287

GDef288

GDef289

GDef290

GDef291 SOLD

GDef292

GDef293 
GDef294

GDef295

GDef296
SOLD

GDef297

GDef298

GDef299

GDef300

GDef301

GDef302
SOLD

GDef303

GDef304

GDef305

GDef306

GDef307

GDef308
SOLD 
GDef309

GDef310

GDef311

GDef312

GDef313

GDef314 
GDef315

GDef316 SOLD 
GDef317

GDef318 SOLD 
GDef319

GDef320

GDef321

GDef322

GDef323 SOLD 
GDef324

GDef325 SOLD 
GDef326 SOLD 
GDef327

GDef328

GDef329

GDef330

GDef331 SOLD 
GDef332

GDef333

GDef334

GDef335

GDef336

GDef337 SOLD 
GDef338

GDef339

GDef340

GDef341



ROGUE'S
GALLERY OF WEIRD ALLIGATORS
Some deformed
or unusual gator heads in our personal collection, PLUS Gator Roadside
Americana, and other fun photos & facts from our travels

IN
OUR PERSONAL COLLECTION, NOT FOR SALE 
Our famous THREEEYED Wally Gator. He's a Siamese
or conjoined twin  there's a third eye, as well as an
extra upper jaw area. He was determined to have two brains as well.
Our most unusual gator!

First, here's Hector. To find the length of a gator, you measure from the
middle of the eye to the tip of the nose. Every inch equals one foot and
one year Hector's measurement is 16"...so you know what that means!
He's our oldest specimen kept! Chomp chomp!

What's wrong with this picture? Is that why we call
him Captain Hook?

This is Goofy Gator, a deformed gator skull from the Louisiana Bayous. A
result of oil contamination caused this head deformity  yet he survived to 9
years old! Bet he was a sloppy eater!

The middle top gator foot is normal  four toes (3 with nails, one
without). But look what happened to the other feet! Also from oil
pollution in Louisiana. Teaches us a valuable lesson about the
environment, doesn't it? What happens to them could happen to
us!

GATOR PURSE
Hey lady, there's a gator on your purse...yup, the whole little gator sewn onto
her purse, as you can see from the front and back views. Donated by one of
our New York customers years ago, it's still an unusual item giving us a
chuckle. Not the height of fashion now, however. Not for sale.

SWAMPY THE GIANT  THE LARGEST GATOR EVER BUILT (200 feet, 1 inch), can be
found in Christmas, Florida.
Here are some other views of our visit there in 2007:
Getting ready to munch on cars
for lunch?

The SECOND LARGEST GATOR built (126 feet long), is found at the GATOR MOTEL
in Kissimmee Florida.
Gee Florida grows big gators don't they?

Central Florida
Gators and oddities
We made a trip to one of our gator sources that is a
licensed gator hunter and nuisance gator man. He usually has about
30 gators backlog to catch from complaints in his county, 20,000 gators
are caught and killed every year to keep the numbers down.

(Below) Curiosities in Greg's
den: a replica Indian Gharial crocodile (Gavialis Gangeticus)
skull is very cool, note the single nostril
Below is an EXTREMELY large 12' 8" gator mount, you don't
realize how WIDE the gator becomes when you add considerably to the
average LENGTH of gator. Also note the flat gator skin on the wall
that is about 12 feet long, and the huge gator head Glenn is standing
behind.
Below is a set of 3 fiftyfive gallon drums with gator skulls in
water (changed once in a year) that literally rots the meat off the
skulls. I think we got closer to the gator operation than we really
intended with this one!
Below is a true "Monster Garage" of taxidermy HUGE gator
heads ready to sell
These large gators are in a walkin cooler (38 degrees F.) that
makes them hibernate until Greg is ready to process them. The other
two pictures are of the freezer with heads that have been frozen from
another time, awaiting taxidermy.
Below is a twisted gator head deformity shown top and bottom
Below is another gator jaw/tooth deformity where the teeth are
OUTSIDE the jaw which is not usual for alligators
Also in Greg's den are carvings of gators, feathers, and knife
handles (snake design) from gator jaw bones, neat stuffkeep in mind the
gator jawbone is only twodimensional

On
a visit to one of our gator sources in Florida, we discovered some
wonderfully unusual items Dale and his wife make. Photo of Dale and
Kathy, a sweeter couple you could not find:

Their
gator skute mats are weird and they WORK to scrape the mud & sand from
your shoes!

Since
they collect all things gator, this piece of tree bark was ideal for their
collection! 
As
well as this remote controlled gator  note even the REMOTE is a gator:

A
gator dragon  Dale loves combining body parts to make fantasy
critters!

A
gator skin belt and buckle (using the skutes):

Gator
foot handle knife

a
Gator skin axe sheath

A
superior quality gator purse

Hand
made bone handle knives

A horn knife with
gator skute end 
You
can view the other gator products they make (including skins, mounts, and
gator tongue items) on Gators pages 3 and 4 
GATOR
PROCESSING
LEST YOU THINK PROCESSING GATORS IS AN EASY
BUSINESS, here is one of our sources in Louisiana and his property.
The drying room that can hold thousands of
heads for drying at once, it takes several days to process:
Here are some the heads that have come from
the drying room, ready to go to this building to be ground smooth on the
back, etc.:
The bins of heads ready for spraying, note the
fan & outdoor tables to spray & dry the clear coating on the gator
heads, he used to do it indoors (fourth photo):
Semi trailer containers for finished work
& general storage in the background, and other processing tables for
prepping alligator feet:
T
An ingenious device created to size gator
teeth:
An example of the gator teeth we choose from:
Another ingenious invention to measure
necklace leathers from the roll and cut quantities the same length:

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