Category Archives: Crocodilians in The News

Human, alligators clash as populations grow

Doris Witte grew up in her Lasalle Road home near Inez, but in her 75 years she had never seen the likes of the huge reptile that came to visit her neighborhood. Advertisements

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Tallahassee man jumps out of Wakulla Springs tour boat ‘to swim with gators’

A 37-year-old Tallahassee man was charged with disorderly conduct at Wakulla Springs State Park after jumping out of a tour boat to “swim with the alligators” on Saturday, June 19 at 5:06 p.m., according to Wakulla County Sheriff David Harvey.

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Don’t coax crocs, Thai tourists told

Authorities at Khao Yai National Park have given a stern warning to tourists, ordering them to stop taunting the park’s pair of two-meter-long crocodiles.

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Hazleton man decides to return alligator to shop

A Hazleton businessman’s pet alligator will be returned to the shop where it was purchased. Charles Natale, owner of the Diamond Avenue Swap Shop, received a warning from the city regarding the alligator named T-Rex on Tuesday.

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