- Authorities said the injuries could have been caused by an alligator.
- The body was found in a reservoir.
- The body of a woman who could have been eaten by an alligator is found.
CURIOUS: The body of a woman who could have been eaten by an alligator is found. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Florida reported on Tuesday that the body of a woman was found in a reservoir in the area, says Efe.
The body of the woman that could have been eaten by an alligator had injuries consistent with a reptile attack. The body was found on Sunday night, when Independence Day was celebrated, in a reservoir in the town of Valrico.
They locate a woman’s body that could have been eaten by an alligator
The area where the woman’s body was found, which could have been eaten by an alligator, has a restaurant bar, according to Efe. A forensic report on the cause of the woman’s death has yet to be issued, but speculation began.
According to the sheriff’s office, the injuries to the body appear “consistent with an alligator attack.” According to the channel Local 10 from Tampa, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) has dispatched one of their alligator-catching specialists to the reservoir.
They order to capture it
Although it is a curious incident, whenever an attack occurs in which these reptiles are involved, they are sent to be captured, according to Efe. Florida has a healthy and stable alligator population estimated at 1.3 million.
Alligators come in all sizes and are spread across 67 counties in the state. “They are an important part of the ecosystem, but they must be treated with care and respect,” says the FWC in its publication “Tips for living with alligators.”
It is not the only case of an alligator attack
The state agency authorizes the capture of an alligator only if it is more than a meter long and poses a threat to people, pets or property, Efe points out. On the interaction between humans and alligators, FWC indicates that since 1948 there have been more than 20 documented cases of deaths like this.
The attacks of these reptiles in Florida, cause outrage on most occasions. One of the most dramatic cases occurred in 2016 in a hotel in Orlando’s Walt Disney World park in central Florida, Efe recalls.
The tragic case of the boy who was killed by an alligator
On June 14 of that year the boy Lane Thomas was dragged into the water by an alligator when he was with his family on the shores of an artificial lake at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa hotel complex in Orlando, owned by Disney.
His parents jumped into the water and tried to free the boy from the jaws of the 2-meter long alligator, but were unsuccessful. The body of the minor was found intact 16 hours later by divers at the bottom of the aforementioned lake, Efe points out.
Disney ordered to capture alligators after the incident
As of that tragic event, metal fences were installed around lakes and ponds and signs were placed to warn of the presence of alligators and the danger they represent and to prohibit bathing in those waters, the news agency said.
Since that tragedy, authorities have removed more than 250 alligators from Disney, according to the Chicago Tribune. The entertainment giant has worked to remove these reptiles, but they reveal what is the tragic end that some have.
The terrible end of the captured alligators
Alligators removed from the park are euthanized and sold, according to Tammy Sapp, a spokeswoman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. The actions are carried out by hunters contracted by the wildlife agency.
Others of the alligators are taken to farms, exhibits or zoos, according to Sapp, while the smaller ones are relocated. Hunters receive $ 30 for their catches plus proceeds from the sales of their hide and meat, notes the Chicago Tribune.
Deer enters Walmart and is subdued by worker
This is not the only case in which wild animals ‘invade’ and cause terror in places visited by families. Recently a deer went ‘shopping’ at a Walmart but he did not get a very friendly welcome from a worker.
According to information from Action News, a Walmart worker was forced to attack and immobilize a deer that had entered this store located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, on June 23. In this way, he prevented her from running through the corridors.
Deer enters Walmart
Although it is no longer seen in this video, which has more than a million views to date, it was revealed that other workers opened the back doors of the store so that the deer could get out. Neither the worker nor the animal suffered wound some.
For its part, the management of this Walmart store, located in Baraboo, Wisconsin, refused to comment on this. incident which fortunately did not become older thanks to the quick intervention of the worker (TO SEE THE VIDEO CLICK HERE).
They congratulate the worker who subdued the deer at Walmart
As mentioned above, it is not the first time that an animal of this type has entered an establishment, something that is demonstrated in this video, but when seeing the way in which a worker subjected a deer that entered a Walmart, the comments of users were not long in coming.
“It seems like the woman who fought the deer has some experience with calves and goats,” “The worker was like, ‘That’s it! The dollar stops here! ‘”,“ Walmart employee:’ I’m going to need to check your deer receipt, ‘”can be read in more comments.
Another deer had entered a grocery store in Wisconsin
This same video shows the occasion when another deer entered a grocery store in Wisconsin “taking advantage” of the automatic doors. Unlike the animal that was subdued by a Walmart worker, here it was very different.
To the surprise of the customers who were in the establishment at that time, the deer calmly walked through several corridors without being caught, although a human fence was quickly organized so that it could leave the place.
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