Cannibalistic scenes show a huge alligator eating a smaller six-foot gator in someone's backyard.
The gator was released onto a piece of property owned by a doctor of animal physiology, where it will remain "away from humans."
The animal reportedly ate the dog while it was being exercised, in the day's second alligator attack in that part of Florida.
The fearless firefighter cheated death after swimming past an alligator to rescue a drowning man.
According to the video's captions, the TikToker was "trying to get a close up of the gator with its mouth open and thought the obstacle avoidance would make the drone fly away."
The two alligator babies were hatched this summer, and both of their parents are also albino alligators.
The alligator had reportedly escaped its owner's property by climbing a fence two weeks before.
"Alligators are opportunistic feeders and will eat animals that are readily available to them," the FWC warns.
"Highway 23 is open at this time, just watch out for alligators," an emergency center director in Louisiana said on Saturday.
A small alligator was found being illegally held in a man's book bag during a routine traffic stop by local law enforcement.
A video showing an experienced alligator handler walking among a large group of gators in a pit has both amazed and frightened viewers.
On Monday, the Lee County Sheriff's Department responded to a call that an alligator had chased pedestrians through a Wendy's parking lot. The Sheriff's Department and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission worked together to wrangle the gator in a separate, nearby parking lot.
Wednesday turned out to be a bizarre day for commuters on Fred Hartman Bridge as an alligator decided to use the highway shoulder to take a nap.
The reptiles hatched in Kansas last fall amid ongoing efforts to restore the rare species.
"Of all the places to be walking around barefoot he picked this one," someone commented on the viral video.
"I kept thinking I was going to die out there," one of the women involved said.
Louisiana is home to more alligators than any other state in the country.
"The individual was videoing the alligator and walked up to the water's edge while the gator was still fully immersed," said Department of Natural Resources Assistant Chief of Wildlife Sam Chappelear.
The woman was reported to have been about four feet from the edge of the pond before she was dragged into the water by the alligator.
And that wasn't the only wildlife drawn to her property by her night time feedings.
There are approximately 1.25 million alligators in the state of Florida,
For decades, scientists thought that the two holes in the roof of the dinosaur's skull aided jaw movement.
Although "meth-gators" is somewhat extreme, scientists do believe some drugs in the sewer system are affecting wildlife populations.
A man from Daytona Beach, Florida, caught illegally feeding an alligator in his neighborhood pond said the reptile let him pet it and described the wild animal as a "good friend."
After her encounter with the 11-foot-long reptile, Mary Wischhusen, a.k.a. the "gator lady," started receiving presents from strangers.
The convicted murderer was sentenced to an additional 20 years in prison for evidence tampering.
"If I fail this escape, I cannot think of the consequences."
The operation seized thousands of animals and identified around 1,400 people suspected of related criminal activity.