Don’t Mess With Me!

Angry birds + perturbed alligator = squab appetizer

Angry birds don’t stand a chance against Crocodiles…

Ah, a tragedy in four acts. Or is it a comedy? I suppose it’s all a matter of perspective.

Hmm, I forsee kids book possibilities:

One Bird,
Two Bird,
Three Bird,

No Bird!

I like the subtle shifts in the alligator’s eyes from panel to panel.

The Angry Birds had it coming. It was just a matter of time. Now the pigs have their revenge.

There is a missing panel which shows the birds fly off in quite a flutter, leaving their loose feathers so their new friend could make some decorations. See you later, alligator!

So much for symbiotic.

nom nom nom

That croc has a pretty good reach to be able to eat birds off it’s own back!

Everything was fine until the Redshirt showed up.

So 3 birds and you’re out then?

Om nom nom nom

Perhaps it’s just me, but I think he looks a little fatter in the last panel…

Isn’t that an alligator…?

Inspired by Swamp People, except this is not an alligator. “Shoot, Elizabeth.”

Those birds must be plover birds. They usually have a symbiotic relationship with crocodiles, where they will clean the crocodile’s teeth. Clearly, this crocodile didn’t get the memo.

In answer to the write-up’s question, it seems that what we have here is a jen-u-ine crocodile, according to Yahoo.

They’re like Skitles; Taste the rainbow!

Brush your teeth crocodile.