Huge alligator found lurking under parked car in Florida

Jano le Roux

According to jaw-dropping footage, a 10-foot-long giant gator was hauled away by trappers after he was discovered under a vehicle at a Florida apartment complex.

Summary

  • A 10-foot-long giant gator was hauled away by trappers after he was discovered under a vehicle at a Florida apartment complex.
  • Last week, a wild video from Tampa shows multiple men lifting the sharp-toothed behemoth onto the back of a truck with his strong mouth sealed shut.
  • The height was 10 feet 2 inches, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, which also shared the video on Twitter.
  • At about 8:45 a.m. on March 31, cops and wildlife officers raced to the parking lot after a complainant confirmed seeing the rogue reptile crouching under a sedan, according to authorities.
  • The big critter was then loaded into the cab of a pickup truck by at least three boys, who were applauded by onlookers.
  • According to authorities, the specimen was securely transported to an alligator farm nearby.
  • According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the gator’s sudden appearance may be attributed to spring mating season, when sightings will spike and males may become more violent.
https://img.particlenews.com/image.php?url=3iyvAN_0ZGfdaiK00Hillsborough County Sheriff

Last week, a wild video from Tampa shows multiple men lifting the sharp-toothed behemoth onto the back of a truck with his strong mouth sealed shut.

“This was no ordinary gator…”

The height was 10 feet 2 inches, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, which also shared the video on Twitter.

At about 8:45 a.m. on March 31, cops and wildlife officers raced to the parking lot after a complainant confirmed seeing the rogue reptile crouching under a sedan, according to authorities.

The big critter was then loaded into the cab of a pickup truck by at least three boys, who were applauded by onlookers.

According to authorities, the specimen was securely transported to an alligator farm nearby.

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the gator’s sudden appearance may be attributed to spring mating season, when sightings will spike and males may become more violent.

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