4-Foot Alligator Removed Off Padre Blvd in South Padre Island
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND – An alligator was taken off the streets in South Padre Island.
The Birding Nature and Alligator Sanctuary says they received a call Sunday about a nuisance gator right off Padre Boulevard.
Officials managed to remove the four-foot animal.
Sanctuary workers remind people to throw fish scraps into the garbage if alligators live in the area.
If not, more wildlife encounters are likely.
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