That’s a hell of a snack.

Most individuals know to watch out round alligators, as they are often extremely lethal hunters. It seems, even different alligators must be cautious.

A video filmed in South Carolina shows a large gator eating another, smaller gator.

A video filmed in South Carolina reveals a big gator consuming one other, smaller gator.
(Taylor Soper through Storyful)

A video filmed in South Carolina reveals a big gator consuming one other, smaller gator. The footage was captured by Taylor Soper, who witnessed the occasion final week in Murrells Inlet, Fox 13 reviews.

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Soper had apparently seen the identical animal eat a special smaller gator per week earlier than filming this footage. Apparently, it’s not unusual for alligators to interact in cannibalistic conduct.

In 2016, one other video went viral displaying gators feasting on one another. At the time, Fox 13 spoke with Florida Fish and Wildlife officer Gary Morse, who described it as “typical alligator behavior.”

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“Sometimes it can be territorial, but very often alligators are cannibalistic,” he mentioned. Morse additionally defined that male gators are typically extra aggressive throughout mating season, though they could stay extra energetic than common throughout any of the hotter month.

When a gator catches a bigger animal, it could not instantly attempt to eat it. Instead, they’ve been recognized to drown the animal after which carry it a hidden space. After per week or two, the gator will return and eat the partially decomposed prey.

It’s unclear on this newest footage if that’s what the bigger gator plans on doing with the smaller one. The incontrovertible fact that it pulls it into its mouth entire, nevertheless, would counsel that it’s attainable that the bigger animal plans on saving its prey for a later date.