Listen: Huge gator removed from Palm Beach Gardens swimming pool
"Bay page. A large gator was found in a swimming pool at a home in Palm Beach gardens and had to be removed video from a neighbor shows a man hauling the huge reptile out of the pool and dragging across the lawn. Here's the thing that interests me. It's unclear how the gator got into the fenced yard with a good. If you get it out. Right. Yeah. But then you open up the fence, and he drag it out. How did he get in the video that do? I know this. Security cameras neighbor who's walking by saw. And then and then videotaped the whole thing had I have I've seen before the Gators have the ability to climb fences. Sure, if they're tall enough enough neighbor came by wasn't their house, but they saw in a neighbor's pool they saw the whole thing unfold. Yeah. Nobody was actually home. I don't know about that. I'd walk over. I'd be glad it's not life will Vanessa Schultz as she was walking her kids to the bus stop around seven fifteen AM when she was told the large alligator was in her neighbors full so gotten around the neighborhood that this was going on. She lived there for three years. It only seen a gator there. Once before the gator was about nine feet long and three hundred pounds was a big. Yeah. This was not some small reptile ruminates up pool to write back yard is that one see. My worst fear is the snake in the toilet. That's a horrifying fighters in the toilet. But let's be honest here spiders arachnophobia. Okay. Did you guys when you go in a pool? Do you just jump in or do you actually go look like kind of put you jump into anything? I'm gonna see this alligator before get the year. Absolutely. I feel bad. Doing the backstroke or so. Dragged out? Done. Like do they enjoy the water? Good question. I don't know. I would've been like I said floaty. Inflatable? A on it for a little, relax. The Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission said residents need to be extra careful this time of year. It's alligator mating season. So they're out and about and that could be a little aggressive or asking so many questions."