We have seen Rouse's Markets in the Lake Area carry the alligator in their butcher case, but it seems that have upped their game and it's gone to the pigs!

A Moss Bluff Facebook user grabbed these two pictures of something we normally don't see in a butcher case on a day-to-day basis. You see the skinned alligator wrapped up with its tail in its mouth ready to be cooked, but then just above you see a little piggy ready to be roasted and eaten just in time for Easter.

Barbara Somers
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According to some commenters on the post, the Alligator will run you around $150, which doesn't seem that bad at all. The pig will set you back almost $250. Of course in typical Facebook style, the original poster made a tongue-in-cheek comment about how she's not cultured enough to understand what is going on. I found it to be a funny post, others seemed a bit triggered about how it's a horrible sight to see and how they are shocked about these being on display.

Barbara Somers
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Either way, I think it's super cool to see not only these delicious creatures on display ready to go but the fact that this isn't the first time it's happened. All I need to know now is who is cooking them so I can make a plate when they're done?

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