You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the hidden beast lurking in the water | The Sun

You have the eyes of a hawk if you can spot the hidden beast lurking in the water | The Sun

August 10, 2022

THOSE who can spot the hidden beast lurking in the water in this image have eyes as good as those of a hawk.

The image shows the predator slowly swimming through dillweed in a swamp, and the natural hunter nearly disappears under the water's surface.

Because of its color palette, the alligator almost exactly matches the dark waters.

With dillweed sprinkled on top of its scales, the beast easily becomes near-invisible.

Settling into being still as stone, the swamp monster could go unbeknownst to birds, boats, and anything else that may make for satisfying prey or a good game.

The video comes from the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Austwell, Texas.


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While their expertise extends to swamp creatures, they are, "best known as the wintering home of the last wild flock of endangered whooping cranes," according to their site.

Being large, sensory reptiles, alligators could cause harm if provoked out in the wild.

They are typically found in Florida, Louisiana, and other southern states and have already taken the lives of multiple people in 2022.

On May 31, 2022, a 47-year-old man, later identified as Sean Thomas McGuinness, was found dead in John S. Taylor Park in Largo, Florida, with one arm torn off.

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Paul Cozzie, the director of Parks and Conservation Resources in Pinellas County, told The New York Times that “he died as a result of an alligator attack,” which marked Florida's first fatal alligator attack since 2018.

A few weeks later, on June 26, Fox News reported that a South Carolina man was killed after an 11-foot alligator attacked him and pulled him into a retention pond.

July 15, an elderly woman was killed in an alligator-infested pond near her home at a country club in Florida.

While there have been at least three fatal gator attacks this year,there have been at least five attacks where people have survived.

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