Not everyone is on board with catching a pair of elusive crocs that lurk in the brackish canals of Gables by the Sea—one of them which bit a man and woman over the weekend.
Wildlife trappers planned to search again Tuesday night in the canals of a Coral Gables neighborhood for a pair of crocodiles.
A dog survived an attack by a crocodile in the Florida Keys.
How’s this for a job advertisement? If you can handle crocodiles, then Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wants you.
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.