Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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April 19, 2013

'Gatorman' has a passion for reptiles

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Bartow has  plans to make his vocation into a TV show, which will be called “Gatorman.”

It will depict real-life scenarios in the nuisance trapping business.

“The alligator is the focus of the show,” said Bartow, promising his nature program will be different from others.  “Shows stage too much. I want people to see how it really is,” Bartow said. 

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Details for this story were provided by Caitlin Barker, a reporter for the Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times.

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