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As North Carolina Police Try to Catch the Alligator, He Does the “Death Roll” and Growls


Last week, a gator in North Carolina was caught on camera doing a “death roll” while police tried to catch him.

It was written about on May 14 on Facebook by the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office. Residents of Wilmington told police about the animal, which was then seen near the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge.

The first sentence of the Facebook post said, “Our deputies never know what they are going to be called to respond to!”

“Last evening, Deputies Branch, Sutton, and Nichter responded to the base of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge after receiving multiple calls about this big fella hanging out in the roadway,” the post said. “Deputies safely removed the gator TWICE from Highway 17S entering Brunswick County.”

A video shows a group of cops pulling the alligator by the rope around its nose. The alligator slammed into the sidewalk and wouldn’t move.

It sounds like one cop said, “It’s all fun and games.”

Someone else said, “He’s going to death roll,” and then the gator flipped over on its back and rolled over on its stomach. When they catch food, gators often use the death roll as a way to fight.

“He’s also growling now,” a police officer said. The gator fights back against the police in the rest of the movie.

“Thank goodness, the alligator was kept safe from the cars on the highway, and the cars were kept safe from the gator!” The Facebook post came to an end. Thanks, cops, for being so brave and catching that big alligator!”

Fox News Digital tried to get more information from the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office but did not hear back right away.

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