Trending: Sickening Discovery Made In Belly Of Monster South Carolina Gator

Alligators are quite the same since the time of the dinosaurs. They are the same because: “they survive a long time, and there aren’t many animals able to prey on them.”

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Luckily, the humans are at the top of the predators’ list! We are the apex predator, which is why South Carolina allows euthanizing of “nuisance alligators” even though it is not a hunting season.

WCIV-TV shared that a massive 12-foot-long, 445-pound alligator ended up trapped in Charleston County because of the reason mentioned above.

Something more shocking than its size was the object inside its belly.

Cordray’s, a meat market that butchers some unusual creatures, via Facebook post, on Thursday revealed what they found inside the beast’s belly. According to their post, they found five dog tags, from which one was decades old. The stomach acid didn’t completely destroy the remained two tags, so they could still be read.

The butchers at the market managed to read the contact from the dog’s tag and contacted the dog’s owner. The owners said they lost the dog in the zone where the hunters killed the alligator.

But the weirdest thing here is that he had that lease 24 years ago.

The butchers could find remains from various animals in the belly, among which a bobcat.

“Ned McNeely brought in this 12′ long 445 lb. private land gator this morning!” the post read.

“We don’t usually open up the stomach but we did today. 5 dog tags, 1 bullet jacket, 1 spark plug, loads of turtle shells, and several bobcat claws were inside. Two of the tags were legible, and one phone number still worked.”

“The owner said he had that lease 24 years ago, and those were from his deer dogs. Pretty interesting.”

You can see the post here. 

As we could expect, the post went viral and had 31,000 shares and more than 2,800 comments.

According to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, alligators can live more than 60 years. To be precise, the latest study revealed that they could live up to 70 years.

There are many ways how the dog tags could end up in the alligator’s belly, but the most likely is that the alligator ate the dog and the tag.

However, the reptile was bagged along the Edisto River, which is the zone of the” alligator-laden ACE Basin estuary in Beaufort, Colleton, and Charleston counties.”

Moreover, in South Carolina, there is a particular hunting season for alligators. Even though it is only one month, you have to obtain a permit through a lottery drawing.

Besides, in case you have an alligator on your property, you can contact the state Department of Natural Resources so that they can give you a permit to euthanize them by yourself or some licensed hunter.

According to WCIV, A “nuisance alligator” is defined as one which is “deemed as posing a threat to the life and safety of people and domestic animals either through exhibited aggression or more commonly a habituation and lack of fear of humans often as a result of being illegally fed by people out of ignorance,”

“Once deemed a nuisance, an alligator can only be removed by euthanasia,” the station noted. “It is illegal in South Carolina to relocate nuisance alligators.”

To do these things is very dangerous, but someone has to.

However, this beast had been a nuisance for many years, if we can judge by the “ingredients” in its stomach.

Finally, everything is over, and Charleston County’s dogs are safer.

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