By the end of the video, a viewer would need to take a closer look to make out the alligator's head and tail.
In the footage, the alligator can be seen swinging the smaller alligator's dead body back and forth.
The TikTok that shows a snake wrangler in California rescuing a dog has picked up 2.9 million views.
The two crocodiles, called Dusty-rose and Scarface, are often seen displaying this loving behavior.
"I was just walking with my feet in the shallow part of the water looking for sea glass and seashells," Michelle Robert said of the odd encounter.
Carol Woollery and her daughter pulled out of their driveway and were met with an alligator turning to face them with its mouth open.
Elliot Senseman suffered a cardiac arrest and died from brain injuries four days after the snake cut oxygen off from his brain.
The sheriff told Newsweek that the alligator was out sunning and became aggravated when an official began moving it.
The alleged suspect crashed and became stuck in between two trees before officers apprehended him.
In the video, the bottom half of the girthy rattlesnake can be seen protruding from the kingsnake's mouth.
It was the sixth black mamba to be found at the property in recent weeks.
The 8.2 foot long female was furious after being separated from her partner by snake catcher Nick Evans, who then relocated the two snakes safely.
A family was woken up by some "loud noises" in the night and found the intruder lurking in their pool.
Greig Allan, a member of the airlift rescue crew, said the man had been lucky to escape with his life.
The snake charmer had already caught and killed one snake that day, before catching another and playing with it.
Rider kept an impressively calm head, telling the snake: "You just go on little buddy, we won't mess with you."
Wildlife photographer Bobby Wummer told Newsweek when he got there they were grunting, bellowing, splashing around on top of each other.
"Usually those things have straight predator eyes. Things got teddy bear eyes lol," one commenter said.
A huge reptile, measuring up to eight feet in length, was seen lurking in the lake shortly after the horrific attack.
Jacob Gamble briefly left the couch he had been sitting on and returned to find a venomous snake in his seat.
Bodycam footage captured the snake slithering around the room as an officer attempted to capture it.
Footage taken by the Flagler County Sheriff's Office shows the alligator on the porch before it was removed by wildlife officials.
In the footage, the crocodile looks straight into the camera before attempting to leap aboard the vessel.
When snake catcher Nick Evans attempted to restrain the "powerful animal" with tongs, it "resisted like crazy."
Reptile conservationist Lindsey Lawson told Newsweek this reaction is caused by a natural reflex, found throughout the animal kingdom.
While digging through the roof full of snake skins, snake catcher Stuart McKenzie finds a live brown tree snake lurking in the roofing.
The "stubborn" female croc, weighing about 110 pounds, was eventually moved across the air base's fence line to an adjacent marine sanctuary.
The venomous snakes can be heard rattling as snake catcher Marissa Maki reaches inside the cactus with a pair of tongs.
The snake, which weighed 110 pounds, is one of the biggest in the world.