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Google's Server Cooling Plan Produces 4ft Alligator 79

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the who-doesn't-have-a-moat-dragon dept.
concealment writes "In addition to potentially keeping Google's search and email programs from overheating, the pond also has become home to plenty of algae, which meant Google had to stock it with fish. And since this is the Lowcountry, the food chain didn't stop there. 'So we now have a 4-foot alligator that has taken up residence in our pond as well,' Kava said, clearly amused. He added that government experts have said it'll have to be removed once it grows to six feet long."
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Google's Server Cooling Plan Produces 4ft Alligator

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  • Re:new lawyer (Score:5, Insightful)

    by T.E.D. (34228) on Wednesday November 14, 2012 @03:23PM (#41983255)

    Of course the adults would be fine with it; they are bigger than you. This is exactly why park rangers in India always take a goat with them when visiting the tigers.

    Once the gator eats the kids, then the adults start to worry.

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