VIDEO: Trappers Remove 7-Foot Gator From Titusville Resident’s Front Yard

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Gator removed near Buttonbush Dr. in Titusville

ABOVE VIDEO: Trappers removed a 7-feet long alligator from a front yard in Titusville along Button Bush Drive Saturday morning.

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – (WFTV) – Though alligator mating season officially begins in April, the past three days have seen at least three alligators removed from people’s yards and pools, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Trappers removed a 7-feet long alligator from a front yard in Titusville along Buttonbush Drive Saturday morning.

“I thought it was a big palm frond and I looked again and it wasn’t a palm frond–it was a gator, a good sized gator,” said Dennis Sweeney, who lives nearby.

A deputy from the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office thought his Friday night shift was getting off to a slow start until he received a call about an alligator in a swimming pool.

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ABOVE VIDEO: Trappers removed a 7-feet long alligator from a front yard in Titusville along Button Bush Drive Saturday morning. 

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