A public wake and funeral was held on Wednesday night for Pancho—the 12-foot, 300-pound American crocodile that died after being captured in August—in Key Biscayne at Crandon Park.
A public wake and funeral was held on Wednesday night for Pancho—the 12-foot, 300-pound American crocodile that died after being captured in August—in Key Biscayne at Crandon Park. Alexia Fodere For the Miami Herald
A public wake and funeral was held on Wednesday night for Pancho—the 12-foot, 300-pound American crocodile that died after being captured in August—in Key Biscayne at Crandon Park. Alexia Fodere For the Miami Herald

Crocodile tears: Supporters gather for wake of dead Gables reptile

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