Going outside means there is a chance you’re going to see an animal.
Typically, we expect to see plenty of birds, squirrels, and deer. There are plenty of street cats and dogs that you’ll see in cities and suburbs. You might see a raccoon or a bunny in your yard, depending on where you live.
But, apparently, if you live in Florida, there is a chance if you just happen to be outside that an alligator might walk on by.
In the footage below, one brave soul caught on camera one of the biggest alligators I’ve ever seen. The alligator was creeping around the Circle B Bar Reserve in Polk County, Florida.
The alligator is walking very slowly, which is probably a good thing since so many people are just watching him walk by. He doesn’t really seem to care he has an audience!
This area is a protected part of Southwest Florida, so the alligator isn’t intruding on anyone’s day! Would you ever stop and watch something like this? If I ever saw an animal this large, I think I’d run as fast as possible in the opposite direction.
If you are fascinated by videos like this (but never want to get up close and personal), you’ll also like this video of an alligator creeping through a neighborhood, as if no one would notice him!
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