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Officials Kill 13 Foot Alligator After Body Found In Largo Waters

Pinellas County, FL – Officials in Pinellas County killed a 13-foot alligator after it was spotted with a dead human body. According to a news release from the sheriff’s office, someone reported a body in the water on the afternoon of Sept.22.

The news release states:

Throughout the course of the investigation, and with the assistance of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), a 13-foot, 8.5-inch male alligator was humanely killed and removed from the waterway.

Deputies with the sheriff’s office dive team were able to recover the remains of a deceased adult from the water. The body will undergo an autopsy to determine the cause of death.

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  1. I’m no friend of alligators but they killed this one having no proof he killed anyone. For all they knew the gator just found the body and saw it as food. Many a persons body has been dumped because killers know the gators will eat the evidence. RIP gator, condemned just for doing what gators do.

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  2. “A 13-FOOT, 8.5-INCH MALE ALLIGATOR WAS HUMANELY KILLED AND REMOVED FROM THE WATERWAY.”
    “Officials shot the nearly 14-foot-long alligator multiple times after someone spotted it in the water with a human body in its mouth.” There is NOTHING humane about being shot multiple times & there was NO reason for a trigger-happy authority person to kill this animal & to then shamelessly claim being shot ‘multiple times’ is in any way “humane.”

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