When you get a notification that someone's at your front door, this is not the sight you expect to see.
Golfers captured video of two large alligators brawling on a golf course in South Carolina.
It’s not unusual to see alligators at Circle B Bar Reserve, but seeing two giant gators fighting there is enough to stop anyone in their tracks.
Down in Florida, more gators are out and about as they search for love, and seeing them on a golf course is not an unusual sight nowadays.
"The gator had two arrows impaled into its side and a rope wrapped around the gators snout and webbed feet," Crime Stoppers wrote on Twitter.
The woman attacked and killed by an alligator in a gated community along the South Carolina coast was visiting the homeowner to do her nails and was trying to touch the animal when it grabbed her, authorities said.
It's that time of the year. The Florida temperatures become noticeably hotter and alligators are roaming around to find their mate.
A Seffner woman said she had to socially distance herself and her dog from a massive alligator as it came straight at her on the corner of MLK Boulevard and Williams Road Sunday.
A Pasco County homeowner had a good laugh after receiving a notification from his home surveillance camera -- someone was in the middle of capturing a gator at his front door.
A Tampa homeowner woke up Tuesday morning to find an alligator in her pool.
An alligator in Hillsborough County got to ride in the back of a patrol car after getting lost.
A woman in the Everglades had an up-close (and perhaps too-close) encounter with a massive, hissing alligator -- and she has the video to prove it.
It might not be unusual to find bugs or other small critters in your garage. But if you're in Florida, add alligators to the list of unwelcome visitors!
It's one of the best places in Florida to spot alligators, and when the conditions are right, they come out in droves.
An alligator at an aquarium in North Carolina apparently really enjoys her bath time.
A Florida man suffered a “substantial injury to his leg” when a large alligator attacked him at a wildlife reserve on Saturday, authorities said.
Only in Florida would you use a lasso to catch a gator.
You've likely seen these signs throughout the Tampa Bay area, showing a cartoon gator on a sign warning the reptiles may be in the area.
This gator didn't want to give up without a fight.
Early Tuesday morning, Hillsborough County deputies received a report about a very familiar – and very Florida -- trespasser: an alligator.