Orlando Sentinel Warns Florida Residents of 'Gatorcane' 1:21

Just when you were starting to sleep again after watching Sharknado, a new airborne water threat has emerged... the Gatorcane! In a clever ad, the Orlando Sentinel spoofed the awfully successful Syfy flick about sharks raining down on Los Angeles with alligators raining down on Florida. Which do you think is more plausible?

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