Footage of Massive Alligator Stuns Photographers in Florida
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Massive Alligator Stuns Photographers in Florida

KIM JOINER/FACEBOOK People in Florida got an unexpected treat when this massive alligator crossed their path.

KIM JOINER/FACEBOOK People in Florida got an unexpected treat when this massive alligator crossed their path.

According to Huffington Post,

A massive alligator, easily as long as a minivan, was caught on video crossing paths with nature enthusiasts in central Florida on Sunday, in a scene that was described as “very exciting” by one brave eyewitness.

Kim Joiner, who posted her now-viral video to Facebook, told The Huffington Post on Monday that she was exploring the Circle B Bar Reserve outside Lakeland when she casually happened upon the gator.

 

“I am out there a lot taking pictures and walking,” she said. “The gators cross often and I saw this one coming so I wasn’t scared, just gave him space. They just want to cross from one marsh to the other.”

It took about a half-minute for the Goliath of a gator to completely cross what appears to be an 8- to 10-foot-wide path within the 1,267-acre preserve. In the background, several other people are seen gawking with cameras in hand.

Sources:

Huffington Post

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