Massive alligator captured in Texas neighborhood

Massive alligator captured in texas neighborhood

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A massive, 400-pound alligator roaming around a Texas neighborhood was safely captured and hoisted into the back of a pickup truck and the gator is to be transported to a sanctuary, officials said.

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