A female crocodile, similar to one killed in a U.S. 1 accident early Wednesday, digs a nest on North Key Largo in June 2016 in this wildlife-camera image.
A female crocodile, similar to one killed in a U.S. 1 accident early Wednesday, digs a nest on North Key Largo in June 2016 in this wildlife-camera image. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
A female crocodile, similar to one killed in a U.S. 1 accident early Wednesday, digs a nest on North Key Largo in June 2016 in this wildlife-camera image. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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