If you thought you only had to worry about alligators in the water, they let you know they’re dominant on land as well.
A video from Myakka River State Park in Sarasota, Florida proves just that, as visitors were able to get some awesome footage of an alligator leaving the water, creeping up on a nest of wild pigs, snatching one easily, then returning to the water for a feast.
The gator looks right at home while stealthily moving up on the hogs, not making a sound or doing anything to alert its soon to be dinner of his presence.
A short explosion of speed and the gator has dinner in between its powerful jaws.
Maybe even crazier, when the alligator gets back into the water with its kill, 6 more alligators appear out of nowhere and start making their way over to where the food is. They must have sensed or heard the ruckus going on and decided they might get a bite or two out of it.
And I can’t blame them, but going to go out on a limb and say the gator who did the work is going to keep that one for himself…