TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — One of Florida’s staple news exports, gator incidents, have racked up a whole lot of headlines lately. Some of the events involving the state’s scaly residents have been innocuous, taking a dip in a family pool, while others have been more tragic. WFLA.com has now learned that there are 16 investigations of alligator incidents currently underway.
The state of Florida has been tracking alligator attacks on residents since 1948. Since they began tracking the attacks, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reports there have been 442 confirmed attacks by alligators on humans in the
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