Forget the Loch Ness Monster. This beast is for real!
Who KNEW such huge reptiles swam in our river?
Until gator season began last year, I sure didn't!
The Fancher Gator, Alabama's state record at 14 feet, 2 inches and 838 pounds,
is attracting attention while on display at the Central Alabama Farmers Co-op
in Selma. The alligator was caught in the Alabama River in Wilcox County
last August by The Fancher Gator Team. Wildlife Images Taxidermy Studio
of Autaugaville mounted the reptile in a natural pose, snatching a river otter.
And now, it's about time for gator season to begin again!
I say, "Go get 'em!"
Posted at Camera Critters