Image source: Facebook page Rich Kruger
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WATCH | Astounding Video Of Alligator Taking On 10-feet Python In A Fight To Kill

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:

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  • In astounding visuals showing the law of the jungle, a mighty alligator in the United States is seen taking on a giant python, at least feet long and killing it.
  • In a video, the fight to death is on full display between the gator and the python from the Florida Everglades
  • The video was posted by Rich Kruger has gone viral with currently over 40,000 views
  • He got the video when he visited the Shark Valley Visitor Center in Miami-Dade in United States on February 20

In astounding visuals showing the law of the jungle, a mighty alligator in the United States is seen taking on a giant python, at least 10 feet long and killing it.

In a video, the fight to death is on full display between the gator and the python from the Florida Everglades.

The video was posted by Rich Kruger and has gone viral with currently over 40,000 views. He got the video when he visited the Shark Valley Visitor Center in Miami-Dade in United States on February 20.

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The video shows the gator dominating in the fight, having a grip on the python. It begins to shake the python till its last breath and lays its weight on it till the task is done.

Kruger told media that there is always something new to be seen in the Shark Valley area in Miami-Dade.

More pictures and video of the gator can be seen on Krugers Facebook page.

Gators are in news in Florida, as some venture outside their natural habitat and end-up outside people's doorstep.

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On February 17, a Florida resident Geri Staples heard a repeated "aggressive" knock on her door turned her day inside out. Following a knock on her door, Staples peeked out from her window in the door. What she saw on the other side of the door, left her completely surprised.

Right behind the door, lay an alligator approximately 10-foot-long, and to Staples it appeared to be "frustrated". 

According to Staples, the alligator kept pounding on the door by its snout and she was afraid if it could break down the door and come inside.

The neighbours called for help from wildlife authorities who then killed the alligator.

In Florida, alligators become active during warmer temperatures. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has warned locals to stay alert.

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