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An alligator with a knife stuck in the skull was found in a lake in Fort Bend County, Texas.
An alligator with a knife stuck in the skull, and was recently spotted in Fort Bend County, Texas, shocking the local residents.
ABC13 reports, the unfortunate, and the gator was spotted swimming in a lake in the Orchard of the Lakes Estate has to offer. It Never took a photograph of the alligator, and the images that led up to the care of the animals when they were scattered all over the social media sites, according to ABC13.
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“I saw him swimming, and when I saw him, like to swim be in the direction of me, and I saw something sticking out of his head,” Weaver told ABC13. “It looked like a steak knife that was sticking out of his head, and I don’t know if it was in his eyes, but he saw it, if it doesn’t, in his eyes, it was very close to his eye.”
The local wildlife officers have been informed of the alligator. Brazos Bend State Park Superintendent Chris Bishop, told ABC13 that the gator was able to live with a knife in her head, and for a certain period of time.
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In a Facebook post, It Never said that the experts of the Gator Nation, and a wildlife rescue service in Beaumont, Tx are waiting for the official permission, in order to help with the alligator.
“We’ve got over 100 posts and the texts on this poor baby!!! We have to have the approval of the Texas Parks & Wildlife will go to this appeal,” said Sheila Saurage of Gator Country, in a Facebook post.
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The American Alligator is found in the eastern part of Texas, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife. “While usually found in freshwater, they can tolerate brackish water,” says on its web site. “Used to be a “threatened” species, the alligator is a protected game animal in Texas.”
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