Well, here's something you don't see every day.
Florida has been invaded by Burmese pythons as the result of an intense storm that accidently freed
these captive pets near the Everglades years ago.
Some estimate that there are now over 100,000 of these invasive snakes in the everglades,
where no natural predator has evolved to control them.
They can grow up to 26 feet in length and in that area have decimated the populations
of many mammals such as deer, raccoons, bobcats, rabbits, etc .
In response Florida has hired about 25 professional snake hunters to capture these invasive snakes.
In the following video we get to see one of these snake hunters capture such a Burmese python,
that was in the process of strangling an alligator. They have been known to kill much larger gators.
So, man rescues alligator is perhaps something you never thought you would hear, nor see;