Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) - click to enlarge

Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3)

This is the last article on the Alligators and their profiling, challenges. Click here for Article #1 and Article #2 .

These last photographs were taken after most of the Alligators had calmed down, only a few were still growling. It was interesting that some were still looking for others.

Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) - click to enlarge
Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) – click to enlarge

Above these 2 were swimming around with purpose, but actually avoided each other and any fighting.

However… like everything out here it was not what it seemed. Look at the photograph above, closely. Click the image to enlarge.

The base of the tree, right side at water level was a real surprise.

In the image you can see the biggest Alligator of them all waiting in the grass.

Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) - click to enlarge
Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) – click to enlarge

Another decent size male swam along the edge of the open water watching the water line.

Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) - click to enlarge
Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) – click to enlarge

In the other direction (above) an Alligator was directly challenging a smaller one, who wisely was moving on.

Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) - click to enlarge
Alligator Profiling, Making A Statement (#3) – click to enlarge

The last activity, before quiet set in, was the one above who was late to the party. He swam out to the middle looking around, but it was all over. By now they had all forgotten about the first one starting all the trouble in the first place.

Never dull.

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