Florida alligator crossed the road at a pedestrian crossing
It turns out that in Florida, alligators are highly disciplined pedestrians. This is proved by a photo posted on Facebook on page local police station.
It captures an alligator on the streets of Palm Coast, which crosses the road on the "zebra".
The description for the post indicates that the length of the reptile is more than one and a half meters. Initially, the animal lay down on the road, but then began to quickly run across it. The police had to block traffic for the safety of the predator.
Catch alligator failed. He escaped before the specialist arrived.
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