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The animal had to be pulled from under the vehicle by several Sheriff’s Office officers and Tampa, Florida wildlife agents.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, United States, received a call about an alligator of more than 3 meters that was under a parked car.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) dispatched several of its agents, who answered the call to catch the animal.
According to a Facebook post from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, these animals are in mating season and generally become more visible and active during the spring and summer.
“When temperatures rise, their metabolism increases and they begin to search for food,” the statement added.
In a video published by the same Sheriff’s Office, it is seen how several agents load the animal into a truck to be taken to an alligator farm in Tampa, Florida.
After the mating season, between April and June, females can lay up to 46 eggs between June and July . Baby alligators are born between August and September, the FWC explained.
The authorities recommended that the community keep their distance from these animals, keep their pets on a leash and away from bodies of water and never feed them.
Watch the Twitter video below …
On March 31, #teamHCSO & @MyFWC received a call at 8:45 a.m. regarding an alligator under a car at an apartment complex in Tampa. This was no small gator, it was 10’2”! FWC dispatched a contracted nuisance alligator trapper to safely transfer the alligator to an alligator farm. pic.twitter.com/7cZQyrvcm2
— HCSO (@HCSOSheriff) April 6, 2021
Source: Noticias CaracolTV