Since a little boy was dragged to his death by an alligator at Disney’s Grand Floridian in Orlando, people have been looking for answers. The answer to the question, “How could this happen?” is almost certainly, “It’s Florida and alligators live there,” but people keep digging. Now they’ve unearthed some very damning…
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation insists that they’re confident the alligator that grabbed and drowned 2-year-old Lane Graves at Disney World’s Seven Seas Lagoon last week is dead. But this isn’t their first rodeo.
Walt Disney World Resort is adding warning signs around the resort area where a 2-year-old boy died in an alligator attack.
Today in “terrible news from Florida,” police continue to search for a 2-year-old boy who was dragged into the water by an alligator near Disney’s Grand Floridian in Orlando.
James Barney Jr. of Saint Cloud, Florida, just made bank in bragging rights after fending off an alligator in an attack left him with minor injuries—and the tooth of the gator that bit him.
Photographer Tyler Shields is known for his weird stunts—last year he set a Birkin bag on fire. His latest project involves feeding a $100,000 crocodile Birkin bag to an alligator.
Breanna Smith holds a baby alligator minutes after it emerged from its shell at Gatorama's "Alligator Hatching Festival" Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 near Palmdale, Fla. The animal park got 3,233 alligator eggs from this year's harvest of more than 37,000 eggs, all gathered by state sponsored hunters. In the wild, only two…
Today in crocodilian news, a five-foot alligator was stolen from an English pet store Monday night, along with an anaconda and some pythons. Store owner Paul Williamson makes this theft sound like the worst idea ever — he says the alligator (technically a Cuvier's dwarf caiman) is "aggressive," adding, "They're very…
Seeing a house cat stand up to an alligator is pretty impressive, but the humans nearby are surprisingly nonchalant about letting a kid stand a few feet from the action. Our cats' fear of the vacuum cleaner doesn't inspire confidence.
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