Wildlife officials are looking for answers after a crocodile was found dead in Florida Bay.
A nine-foot, nearly 200-pound crocodile doesn’t want to live anywhere else but South Miami.
Sultry summer time temperatures are right around the corner. So how are you going to cool off? Take a dip in a lake or hang out around the pool.
Once considered a dying breed, American crocodile populations are making a comeback in our area. The population has multiplied nearly 10-fold since the 1970s.
Once on the endangered species list, the American crocodile has flourished in a most unlikely place. In the shadow of a nuclear power plant.
South Florida’s Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant has indirectly helped the American crocodile to be removed from the endangered species list.
Love is in the air, if you’re an alligator or crocodile. As summer approaches and temperatures rise, you might have a few more gator sightings because amorous alligators and frisky crocs become more active as they look for potential mates.
There is something lurking in the waters off Key Largo that has the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission puzzled.