to connectVideoAlligator with a knife stuck in the skull of shocks Texas community
An alligator with a knife stuck in the skull was found in a lake in Fort Bend County, Texas.
Wildlife officials in Texas have to be called in a surveyor to look at an alligator with a knife in his head.
ABC13 reported last week that the unfortunate observation, which astonished the inhabitants, and was spotted swimming in a lake in the Orchard of the Lakes Estate, located in Fort Bend County. 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.
ALLIGATOR WITH A KNIFE STUCK IN THE SKULL, SPARKING CONCERN IN THE TEXAS COMMUNITY
The officers were searching for the wounded animal. “We have to have is a authorized license, a nuisance alligator hunter in order to try to catch it, but he has not been successful in finding it right now,” said a spokesman for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, told Fox News by e-mail.
Even though there are no complementary observations from the observation, it is also possible that the blade is no longer stuck in the reptile’s skull. “Our alligator expert, theorizes that the knife she used in driving, the alligator moved in to the location,” the spokesman added.
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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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