New signs installed warn of alligator dangers

Orange County is posting warning signs after an alligator killed a toddler at a Disney hotel.
The fifty additional signs are being posted near popular parks and swimming areas, they were also installed at various boat ramps throughout the County. 
The signs include an image of an alligator and a snake.
The signs say that reptiles are common in the area and they should not be approached.
This comes after 2-year-old Lane Graves was dragged by an alligator into the Seven Seas Lagoon and ultimately drowned.
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