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Burmese pythons slither around the Florida Everglades, and typically, they are caught and euthanized as they pose a threat to the ecosystem. In the stomach of one 18-foot snake that was captured and put down, scientists found an entire five-foot alligator swallowed whole!

A social media creator and wildlife biologist Rosie Moore (@rosiekmoore) published a video on November 3 of the professionals cutting open the reptile and pulling out the gator.

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Florida alligators are always making their way into places that typically aren't their natural habitat... like this Wendy's in Hernando County, just north of Tampa. The gator was found yesterday afternoon in the parking lot.

The Sheriff's Department posted the photos on their Facebook page and the reptile wranglers got an earful in the comment section, especially when it came to the restaurant the wild animal was found.

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Have you ever walked past a pond in Ontario and maybe saw something that you might've thought was some sort of dangerous animal, especially on your night walk? Yikes, this seems like a scene out of a horror movie.

Well, an individual passing by a pond in Brampton thought they saw a "crocodile or alligator" and called the police on April 29th at 10:25 p.m.

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From manatees to dolphins and even sharks, you'd be surprised what wildlife you can actually swim with in the Sunshine State. If you've ever wanted to really take a walk on the wild side, swimming with gators is easily one of the most unique things to do in Florida.

Christopher Gillette, known more commonly by his social media name Crocodile Chris, offers a one-of-a-kind experience that only the bravest of the brave would try: a chance to get up close and personal with an alligator on a swim tour.

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Kayaking is a soothing experience in itself, but paddling through the Okefenokee Swamp will bring you a certain peace and serenity that you can't find just anywhere. 

Journey down to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge in Folkston, GA, to begin your adventure through 402,000 acres of wetland paradise. Since 1937, preservation has been the number one goal of the refuge, which means you'll get the chance to experience undisturbed wildlife. 

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