tail gator?A reptile tied to a vehicle on Interstate 95 in Brevard County

orlando, florida – It’s one way to show your Florida pride.

This weekend, a Florida man on the street captured what appeared to be a real alligator tied to the rear bumper of a car.

The tethered reptile was found on Saturday by Karen Kress on I-95 just south of Melbourne.

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The crocodile looked real, was tied from nose to tail and didn’t look alive.

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It’s now alligator hunting season in Florida, which starts on August 15th and ends on November 1st. However, alligator hunting requires a permit from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Alligator trapping is permitted in Florida only if it is considered a nuisance and you have a licensed trapper.


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