Florida invaded by hungry and horny alligators when mating season increases

Love bites! The streets, houses and swimming pools in Florida are invaded by hungry and horny alligators when mating time increases

  • Through video & # 39; s and photos & # 39; s from across the state, different gators are popping up in swimming pools, on the street and even in the parking lot of a chicken wing
  • They have been spotted in Fort Myers, Palm Beach Gardens, Polk County and more
  • The North Port Police has even chilled an alligator in a joint parking area with chicken wings
  • Warmer temperatures make the metabolism of the alligators faster, allowing them to defy more unusual hunting areas for food
  • Alligators are currently also in the early days of their mating season, which starts in court in April

Florida residents may not be unfamiliar with the strange alligator sighting, but when the mating season increases, the hungry and horny reptiles come up in the weirdest places.

Videos & # 39; s and photos from all over the state show different gators in swimming pools, on the street and even in the parking lot of a chicken wing.

On Friday, the Fort Myers police shared a photo of an eight-meter-long alligator that shook up a local family when they discovered it was torn on their porch at 2:00 am.

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Through video & # 39; s and photos & # 39; s from across the state, various gators are popping up in swimming pools, on the street, and even in the parking lot of a chicken wing. Photos & # 39; s shows a crocodile shivering in Fort Myers' backyard on April 12

Through video & # 39; s and photos & # 39; s from across the state, various gators are popping up in swimming pools, on the street, and even in the parking lot of a chicken wing. Photos & # 39; s shows a crocodile shivering in Fort Myers' backyard on April 12

Later in the day, a motorist captured another giant beast roaming a Fort Myers road.

On April 8, a family from Palm Beach Gardens was shocked to find a ninety meter long alligator in their backyard pool, although they had a fence that guarded the entire perimeter.

And the reptiles don't just stick to residential areas, as can be seen in a few April photos from St. Andrews State Park, where a woman let a gator lounge on the beach near Panama City.

Later in the day, a motorist captured another giant beast roaming a Fort Myers road

Later in the day, a motorist captured another giant beast roaming a Fort Myers road

& # 39; Hey there buddy, & # 39; the video is subtitled

& # 39; Hey there buddy, & # 39; the video is subtitled

Later in the day, a motorist captured another giant beast roaming a Fort Myers road

On April 8, a family from Palm Beach Gardens was shocked to find a 9ft alligator in their backyard pool, although they had a fence that guarded the entire perimeter

On April 8, a family from Palm Beach Gardens was shocked to find a 9ft alligator in their backyard pool, although they had a fence that guarded the entire perimeter

On April 8, a family from Palm Beach Gardens was shocked to find a 9ft alligator in their backyard pool, although they had a fence that guarded the entire perimeter

Polk County police station shared a post on April 9 stating that a gator was parked just outside the South County jail.

& # 39; Disclaimer: this guy was standing outside the fence and we left him alone, and he left us alone, & # 39; she added.

And the copper reptiles are even found at local chicken joints, as seen in a photo shared by the North Port Police and showing a small gator under the wheel of a car in a parking lot at Buffalo Wings & Rings is parked.

On some April 6 photos from St. Andrews State Park, a gator is hanging on the beach near Panama City

On some April 6 photos from St. Andrews State Park, a gator is hanging on the beach near Panama City

On some April 6 photos from St. Andrews State Park, a gator is hanging on the beach near Panama City

Polk County police station shared a post on April 9 stating that a gator was parked just outside the South County jail

Polk County police station shared a post on April 9 stating that a gator was parked just outside the South County jail

Polk County police station shared a post on April 9 stating that a gator was parked just outside the South County jail

Alligators are busy by the middle of the year and the warmer temperatures speed up their metabolism, making them look for food in the most random locations.

& # 39; They need to find something to eat, so then we find them on sidewalks and in the pools of people, & # 39; told Brian Norris of Florida Fish and Wildlife Fox 4. & # 39; They are really just out to sniff around. & # 39;

Alligators are currently also in the early days of their mating season.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website says that typical alligator mating seasons start dating early April and mating takes place in May or June.

Most gators deposit their eggs at the end of June or early July and the hatching usually takes place from mid-August to early September.

And the copper reptiles are even found at local chicken joints, as seen on a photo shared by the North Port Police and showing a small gator under the wheel of a car parked on a Buffalo Wings & Rings -parking spot

And the copper reptiles are even found at local chicken joints, as seen on a photo shared by the North Port Police and showing a small gator under the wheel of a car parked on a Buffalo Wings & Rings -parking spot

And the copper reptiles are even found at local chicken joints, as seen on a photo shared by the North Port Police and showing a small gator under the wheel of a car parked on a Buffalo Wings & Rings -parking spot

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