An eight-foot alligator reportedly bit off a big piece of a Louisiana Sheriff’s patrol automobile Monday afternoon.

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Deputies have been referred to as to the scene when the reptile was noticed in the midst of a rural roadway in Caddo Parish, about 10 miles northwest of Shreveport, WBRZ in Baton Rouge reported.

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Whereas officers have been ready for wildlife removing specialists to reach, the gator took a chunk of the automobile’s bumper and fled the scene, in line with WBRZ.

Louisiana’s alligator inhabitants is bigger than all different states mixed, in line with louisianatravel.com and sightings are widespread.

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Final June, Fox Eight in New Orleans reported residents within the metropolis of Slidell stated there have been gator sightings “in each canal” and their pets have been disappearing.

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