A wild video of an alligator showing another, small brain has gone viral on social media.
Video, which was Taylor Soper posted on Twitter on Thursday, Shows a large, dark green alligator with a small alligator on its face. Then, the larger alligator descends violently.
Soper confirmed to USA Today that his father took the video in Harry County, South Carolina, on Thursday. He speculated on Twitter that the smallest of the animals was 6 feet tall.
Supper, who works in insurance, said his father was alone yesterday when he saw the alligators and he “grabbed the camera and started recording.”
He added that his family believes they saw the small alligator in the same place last weekend, but he was eating another, even smaller, pepper.
Soper said her father was “kind of shocked that it’s happening again, don’t let it happen at all.”
“And I absolutely flew,” he said. “It’s a terrifying dinosaur.”
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Social media users were also surprised to see the footage. The video received two million views and about 25,000 likes on Twitter.
But one person was particularly overwhelmed by the video সো Soper’s five-year-old son. The boy and Supers’ father enjoy watching the alligator together, but usually from a safe distance with binoculars.
“I was just shocked and immediately showed my son. There are five of them and only one torch fanatic, so he went crazy over it, ”Soper said.
He added that his father, who does not have a social media account, was surprised that the footage went viral.
“He was like,‘ Holy smoker, never expected it to stop the way it did, ’” Soper said. “He blew everything away.
According to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, everything available is known for hunting. This includes each other and they often fight for food, sue, defend their territory and much more.
The video that was shared this week is not the first time that footage of a shepherd eating another mosquito has gone viral. In 2016, a man in Lakeland, Florida, saw a 10- to 12-foot alligator eat other animals.