FORT MYERS, Fla. — (NBC) - A massive alligator was seen roaming around near an intersection in Fort Myers on Friday.
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Chelsea Brinson recorded the big reptile walking along McGregor Boulevard near Pine Ridge Road.
By the looks of it, the gator appeared to be at least 10 feet long and a couple of hundred pounds.
Alligator mating season starts in May and lasts about a month.
However, wildlife experts say alligators will roam around looking for a mate in the months leading up to the season.