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  • Taming the gator: How the experts learn to handle alligators

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission brought six officers to Everglades Alligator Farm in Homestead for training on how to safely handle an alligator. The training in May coincided with alligator mating season, which has led alligators to wander much closer to homes and backyards the last two months.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission brought six officers to Everglades Alligator Farm in Homestead for training on how to safely handle an alligator. The training in May coincided with alligator mating season, which has led alligators to wander much closer to homes and backyards the last two months. Logan Riely lriely@miamiherald.com
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission brought six officers to Everglades Alligator Farm in Homestead for training on how to safely handle an alligator. The training in May coincided with alligator mating season, which has led alligators to wander much closer to homes and backyards the last two months. Logan Riely lriely@miamiherald.com

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