Un alligatore di quasi 11 piedi è stato recentemente trovato nella piscina di una famiglia nella contea di Charlotte, secondo un post di Facebook condiviso martedì dall'ufficio dello sceriffo della contea di Charlotte.
L'alligatore era 10 piedi, 11 inches long and weighed over 550 libbre, ha detto il post di Facebook.
Nella posta, the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office recommended that people “always check your pool before diving in.”
“A Deep Creek family was awakened by some loud noises on their lanai and came out to find this guy taking a dip in their pool,” the sheriff’s office wrote.
“Coming in at 10’11” and weighing over 550lbs., he tore through the screen to get to the nice, cool water,” the post captioned, along with several photos of the animal.
One image showed officers removing the animal off the property.
Now that the weather is warmer, it’s alligator mating season, which means more alligators are out and about, a South Carolina-based animal control officer recently told Fox News Digital.
All'inizio di questa settimana, un 6-foot alligator visited an elementary school a St. Cloud, Florida.
Police officers wrangled the gator and released it back into a canal away from the school.
La settimana scorsa, officers in Charleston, Carolina del Sud, removed another 6-foot alligator that was near a local school.