Mississippi Gator Hunters Capture Record-Setting 14-Foot-Long, 800-Pound Reptile in Yazoo River
“It looked to me like he had just eaten a deer or something,” gator hunter Will Thomas tells Inside Edition.
Gator hunter Will Thomas was on a boat in the Yazoo when the over 800-pound reptile was discovered.
“It looked to me like he had just eaten a deer or something,” Thomas tells Inside Edition. “He was just huge.”
The record-setting alligator ended up in a gator graveyard.
It’s gator hunting season in Mississippi.
Mississippi first made alligator-hunting a sport open to the public in 2005 to cut down the gator population.
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