Mark McHugh, CEO of Gatorland, a reptile-filled attraction outside Orlando, Fla., poses with some of the animals on July 18, 2003. Now, as Hurricane Irma approaches, McHugh has taken to Facebook to assure people that his alligators won’t escape.
Mark McHugh, CEO of Gatorland, a reptile-filled attraction outside Orlando, Fla., poses with some of the animals on July 18, 2003. Now, as Hurricane Irma approaches, McHugh has taken to Facebook to assure people that his alligators won’t escape. PETER COSGROVE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mark McHugh, CEO of Gatorland, a reptile-filled attraction outside Orlando, Fla., poses with some of the animals on July 18, 2003. Now, as Hurricane Irma approaches, McHugh has taken to Facebook to assure people that his alligators won’t escape. PETER COSGROVE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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