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An alligator that is no rural legend

Escaped reptile is wrestled into submission after being spotted in a Townsend backyard

Joaney Gallagher (left) and Michael Ralbovsky, with the 6-foot alligator Ralbovsky captured yesterday in a swamp in Townsend.
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / July 22, 2006

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TOWNSEND -- Alligator wrangling in Townsend? That's exactly what happened in this tiny town near the New Hampshire border yesterday, when for the second time this week, police captured an alligator on the lam. (Full article: 651 words)

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