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Like said above they are very common in the Gulf down here. They are usally moving pretty slow and easy to avoid. Unless your young and dumb like I once was and have to take a closer look. Saw one come a ground across the sea wall in Galveston a few years back. It made a mess but luckily no one was hurt.
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