Photos posted to social media show dozens of by-standers to look at the giant alligator, estimated to be more than 12 metres in length and with a weight of more than a thousand pounds, to be bound, and on a tow truck to move it. “It was the biggest gator I’ve ever seen,” island resident Daisy Bobinchuck, which was, at the time of the conquest, the gator told the The Island Packet.
The residents were angered by the reports of people “drive” the functional alligator, a newspaper run by the state, in a “sideshow.”
Bobinchuck said that they were working on the bond with the animal, and back-to-back by a handful of people have begun to sit down at the crocodile for a photo. She said that a huge crowd has gathered in the vicinity of the golf course was in the way.”
Dana Maffo, of Critter Management, told the WJCL the alligator is behind the Legendary Golf, the putt putt golf course in the area of Fresh produce from the Market, and it was not aggressive, but he was out in search of food.
Bobinchuck, according to the team at Critter Management wanted to move on to the 80-to 100-year-old alligator, but the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources ordered the gator will be killed.
“We wanted it to be a rescue, and we came up with a plan for it doesn’t have to be killed,” she said. “But the NEW rules were very strict. We had to euthanize.”