Florida deputy, trappers pull big gator from swimming hole

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Florida deputy, trappers pull big gator from swimming hole

In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, trappers pose with a 13-foot alligator that had "taken residence" in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)
In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, a 13-foot alligator is pursued by trappers in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)
In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, a 13-foot alligator is pursued by trappers in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)

Florida deputy, trappers pull big gator from swimming hole

In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, trappers pose with a 13-foot alligator that had "taken residence" in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)
In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, a 13-foot alligator is pursued by trappers in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)
In this March 4, 2017, photo provided by the Marion County Sheriff's Office, a 13-foot alligator is pursued by trappers in a designated swimming zone the Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area in north Florida. The trappers took custody of the gator, and the area was reopened to swimmers. (Jeremiah Jones/Marion County Sheriff's Office via AP)
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