An Alligator’s Gourmet Lunch | America's National Parks



Alligators in the Everglades have a clever way to catch egrets during breeding season.
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20 Comments

  1. Reptile loving deviants might feel different if it is them or their child or dog ending up in the jaws of these dangerous pests-i hate idiots too!!! Bleeding-heart reptile loving deviants!!!

  2. Why do these documentaries always cut the best part when an alligator snaps on an animal it’s always replaced by splashing water.Always

  3. Seen but never filmed!! All I see is a bird dive into water, some water flash and in the next shot a bird in the gator's mouth. I am not seeing gator catching the bird. So, how can you convince me that you killed a bird, throw it in the water and a gator got it??

  4. "never filmed before"  sorry guys but all someone can see is an Alligators snout and a separat Picture of an agret diving down to a spot with no Alligator in it. Documentarys are always set up scenerys like always. There is no clear shot of the Alligator actualy snatching the bird out of the air. only a dead bird already under water. So what tells us that you simply dint just catch the bird and threw it in there.

  5. Really have to state my skepticism here! The NG is well known for its 'dramatic' license, & this is another example! Why do you Americans have to dramatize, stage & exaggerate facts that really are not true!

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