Man Catches Alligator Crossing Path, Then Looks Behind Him And Realizes He’s Not Alone

by Mauricio Castillo
Mauricio has been writing for 11 years and is deeply into movies, sports and anything funny.

Cool sights in nature are nothing new, but they’re still amazing to experience. Many of us would be lucky to see a rare sight in the wild, like, oh, I don’t know, a parade of alligators.

Yes, you read that correctly.

Deep in the Big Cypress Swamp in South Florida, photographer Bobby Wummer witnessed an amazing sight indeed.

Wummer, who lives in Palm Beach Gardens, travels all over the state to photograph the plethora of wildlife that lives there.

In the video below, he films a stunning spectacle of nature.

It was the never-ending train of gators of all sizes,” Wummer wrote on his Facebook page. “They ranged from 2 feet up to 12 feet.”

It all starts with one gator strolling on by on the path.

But he’s not alone.

Soon enough, a seemingly endless amount of alligators follows, one after another, almost as if they’re walking to the same beat!

You can see trains passing in the background as the gator parade continues, with as many as three gators crossing at once.

I give them plenty of room to cross, I never disturb nature,” Wummer said. “I allow them to do their thing and never try and approach them.

The whole parade, according to the photographer, lasted about a half hour.

That’s a lot of gators!

Check out their parade below, and please SHARE it on Facebook!

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