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- Chattahoochee River alligator spotted in Cobb County
- For years, locals and wildlife experts have talked about an alligator that swims in the Chattahoochee River. Cobb County wildlife photographer Victor Webb was walking in Cochran Shoals on Wednesday afternoon when he came upon a large animal resting ...
- 'Bad-tempered' 10-foot alligator attempts to cross Florida highway
- "A bad-tempered 10-foot alligator was trying to cross US Highway 27 as I drove home from Sawgrass Recreation Park near Weston," he wrote. "The Fish & Wildlife officers had their hands full trying to persuade the big fella to change course. The other ...
- Alligator hunting season proposed, rejected in state
- The state includes the most northern portion of the alligator's territory, and they are most common in the southeastern most part of the state, according to Dr.
- WATCH: Lunch - and make it snappy! Alligator steals catch of the day from angler
- As this stunning footage shows, a fisherman fell hook, line and sinker for this awesome alligator's bravado. One second, the angler is looking on proudly after landing his prize catch on a river bank.
- David Kushner talks about memoir 'Alligator Candy' solving the mystery of a
- Alligator Candy will be published March 15 by Simon & Schuster. In it Kushner tells a riveting true story that many longtime Tampa Bay area residents might remember: the abduction and murder of 11-year-old Jonathan Kushner, and its long aftermath.
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