A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer tries to capture a crocodile along Hollywood Beach near Johnson Street. After several attempts the crocodile was caught unharmed. The crocodile was first spotted near the Dania Beach pier, drifted south and came ashore near Margaritaville drawing large crowds of onlookers. The American crocodile has federal protection as a threatened species and is likely to be relocated to its natural habitat.
A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer tries to capture a crocodile along Hollywood Beach near Johnson Street. After several attempts the crocodile was caught unharmed. The crocodile was first spotted near the Dania Beach pier, drifted south and came ashore near Margaritaville drawing large crowds of onlookers. The American crocodile has federal protection as a threatened species and is likely to be relocated to its natural habitat. Susan Stocker Sun Sentinel
A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer tries to capture a crocodile along Hollywood Beach near Johnson Street. After several attempts the crocodile was caught unharmed. The crocodile was first spotted near the Dania Beach pier, drifted south and came ashore near Margaritaville drawing large crowds of onlookers. The American crocodile has federal protection as a threatened species and is likely to be relocated to its natural habitat. Susan Stocker Sun Sentinel

A 6-foot croc took an ocean dip, then sunbathed near Margaritaville. Staycation over.

November 20, 2017 12:05 PM