FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/AP) — The largest gator to have ever appeared in South Florida has made its way back to common waters, just in time for Art Basel.

The popular “Floating Tile Art: Gator in the Bay” will be one of the largest exhibits being displayed during Miami’s art show this upcoming weekend. 

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It’s made up entirely of refurbished items that were found in a junkyard and the pointy white teeth are made up of roofing material. When all of the parts of the alligator are put together, it will become a 104-foot by 8-foot float.

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Gator in the Bay will head down the New River in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday and make its way to the Miami Yacht Club. Creators hope the art piece takes a big bite in the upcoming week to bring focus on awareness to the shrinking Florida  Everglades.

Artist Lloyd Goradesky will take photos of the gator float via helicopter and seaplane.

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