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When he was swimming and lurking in the Okefenokee Swamp Park, Oscar the alligator charmed generations of tourists. When Oscar died last year, he was 1,000 pounds and about 100 years old. And he will continue to be a tourist attraction. His skeleton will soon go on display at a museum, along with him some of the things found inside Oscar: a dog collar and tags, some spare change and part of a flagpole.
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