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WATCH: Gators march across pathway in spontaneous parade


“When the gators go marching in” should be the caption for this incredible video of an alligator parade. Bobby Wummer, a Florida wildlife photographer, captured the magic just after sunrise in South Florida’s Big Cypress National Preserve this week.

Wummer said in a Facebook post that the gators crossed the dirt road one by one for a half hour. They all ranged from 2 to 12 feet long.

The images look like Wummer got up close and personal, but he says otherwise. “I give them plenty of room to cross, I never disturb nature. I allow them to do their thing and never try and approach them,” he said in his Facebook post.

If you thought these gator pictures were awesome, check out the one he captured last year of a gigantic gator eating a smaller gator. Talk about perfect timing.

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