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Alligator with a knife caught in its cranium sparks concern in Texas group

An alligator with a knife caught in its cranium was just lately noticed in Fort Bend County, Texas, stunning native residents.

ABC13 experiences that the unlucky gator was noticed swimming in a lake on the Orchard Lakes Property. Erin Weaver photographed the alligator and the photographs sparked concern for the animal after they had been circulated on social media, based on ABC13.

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“I saw him swimming and then I saw him turn, like swimming towards me, and I saw something sticking out of his head,” Weaver instructed ABC13. “It looked like a steak knife that was sticking out of his head, I don’t know if it was in his eye, but it looked, if it wasn’t in his eye it was very close to his eye.”

Native wildlife officers have been notified in regards to the alligator. Brazos Bend State Park Superintendent Chris Bishop instructed ABC13 that the gator may dwell with the knife in its head for a while.

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In a Fb publish, Erin Weaver stated that consultants from Gator Nation, a wildlife rescue service in Beaumont, Texas, are awaiting official permission to assist with the alligator.

“We have gotten 100’s of messages and text on this poor baby! We have to get the approval from Texas Parks & Wildlife to go on this call,” wrote Sharon Saurage of Gator Nation, in a Fb publish.

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The American Alligator is discovered within the jap third of Texas, based on Texas Parks and Wildlife. “While typically found in fresh-water, they can tolerate brackish water as well,” it explains, on its web site. “Formerly an endangered species, the alligator is now a protected game animal in Texas.”

Comply with James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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