Florida alligators caught swimming on flooded roads, climbing fences

Three Forks Marsh Conservation Area Palm Bay Florida

Three Forks Marsh Conservation Area Palm Bay Florida

Videos from last week show one swimming in the middle of a busy road - and another climbing a fence.

Roger Light Jr was driving in Saint Petersburg, Florida, when he noticed a crowd of people standing in the rain with their phones out.

Light wrote in a Facebook post, 'This alligator scared the crap out of me when I saw it was coming towards my work vehicle when I was stopped at the light in front of WaWa'.

You can see the huge reptile climbing the fence, before falling onto the other side and continuing his stroll.

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In 2018, the state got 14,739 nuisance alligator complaints and removed 8,139 nuisance gators, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

According to WJAX-TV, Christina Stewart was driving by the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday, when she spotted a odd intruder climbing the station's fence. Maybe he was preparing for the Storm Area 51 event.

Local news outlet News4Jax shared the video of the graceful alligator on its Facebook page.

We have to give props to the alligator for that fascinating floppy landing.

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