Date: 2016-06-21 11:57 am (UTC)
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Yeah, pretty sad. :-(
I agree, the resort needs to have proper signage and visitor info, for visitors who don't know about the danger/ likelihood of wild alligators. Out in the open, like that poor lady in Queensland who recently was taken by a croc as she splashed around on the beach, it's more expected, but in a safe fenced-off magical happy land? Not so much. :-(

I can't agree with your generalisation of what we Aussies expect, though- "We expect to find snakes, dingoes, sharks, and crocodiles in most outdoor settings." You make us all sound like Crocodile Dundee wannabes... :-p
Snakes, yes, they can show up anywhere, in houses and on land, urban and rural...dingoes, crocs, and sharks, though, only in wild/ bushland/ coastal areas, not in somewhere suburban, or a theme park. Unless it's a wildlife park, of course.

PS- boots at most places I've seen are kept in the laundry, for that exact reason- to stop spidies thinking they're a good hiding place. I'd never leave mine outside... :-/
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