How To Survive an alligator attack

How To Survive an alligator attack

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  • What To Do When An Alligator Approaches You
  • What Not To Do If you See An Alligator
  • The Best Time To Go Swimming
  • 1. Keep your distance from alligators or crocodiles When you see them. 2. If you spot a crocodilian on land, stay calm and depart the area slowly.   
  • What To Do If An Alligator Bites You
  • 1.Forget the conventional wisdom about running in a zigzag pattern to escape; the quickest way to escape an alligator or crocodile is in a straight line. 2. Be sure and do not feed an alligator , or else you will have a more chance of getting bit. 3.Alligators are not your friend, so do not try to pet them, they have teeth and i'm sure you don't want them in your skin.
  • If You are In A Situation With Alligators Here Are what You Should Do 
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  • Because gators are well-camouflaged ambush hunters, the key to survival is preventing an attack in the first place. When you’re in areas known to harbor these reptiles, avoid swimming at dawn or dusk, since that’s when they’re most active and tend to feed.
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  • Don’t try to pry open its jaws, however, as they’re far too strong and they’ll just clamp down harder.  Gators want an easy meal, not a struggle, so make things as difficult as possible for them. 
  • The number one thing that you should do for alligators is to prevent them from coming into your yard. For example, put up a good and sturdy fence around your entire property. Make sure you go with the best material on this as alligators are very strong, it is preferred that you have a privacy fence so that the gator does not see a yummy snack and decide to break in.
  • There are all kinds of animals out there that are very dangerous but  always remember that they are not your friends meaning to stay away from them because they are very dangerous and can hurt you very bad. If you follow these steps you may not have any alligator trouble. See ya later Alligator.
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