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As a Michigan resident, a 21-year-old pet alligator died this week after he was let out of his house and was hit by a car, authorities said.
The observation, called the Outsiders, one way or another, have escaped from a house in the Delta, the Municipality, by the Lansing State Journal. Eaton County Sheriff’s Office officials were reported to be once a woman is on her way to work Thursday morning and noticed that the animal on the side of the road in an unusual site such as the reptiles are not native to the state.
Lansing resident Scott Nigoff, saw the animal, which weighed about 100 pounds and was 5 feet in length, and while he was on his way to work. He later took to Facebook with a photo of the species.
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“It’s probably not a big deal to those in the south, but I live in Michigan!,” he captioned the post, and a part of it.
“At first, I was just in a state of shock to think about how a person could become an animal, and let it be, Nigoff, told the Lansing State Journal. “I was shocked, there was not a damaged car at some point.”
In Delta Township, where the animal is found, you will not be permitted, according to the newspaper.
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“As far as the state of the law, and there is nothing that regulates them, so it’s all left up to the local authority,” Eaton County Animal Control Officer Rebecca Neal, said the Lansing State Journal, the observation of which was later removed by animal control officers.
It is not known who struck the gator; police officers are not actively searching for the culprit, per MLive.
The observation is named after the owner, who is not publicly identified, called the sheriff’s department, MLive reported.