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See You Later Alligator, At My Kid's Party

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See You Later Alligator, At My Kid's Party

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Bob Barrett of Madeira Beach, Fla..has a new service. He's the owner of a park called Alligator Attractions, and the New York Daily News reports he's offering alligator pool parties for kids. The gators' mouths are taped shut.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. There's a children's book about a girl with a gator on her head. Apparently this book may soon become a true story. Bob Barrett of Madeira Beach, Florida is offering a service. He's the owner of a park called Alligator Attractions. And the New York Daily News reports he's offering alligator pool parties for kids. The gators mouths' are taped shut. Wildlife officials received reports of children cavorting with reptiles, but Mr. Barrett has a permit. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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