Gatorland: We are happy to be alive

My coworker and I made a quick stop at Gatorland, and we are happy to still be alive.

Let me explain. My company organizes a yearly employee expo in Florida in December. Before going, we looked up a few places to visit while in in the Sunshine State -specifically in the Orlando area. We narrowed things down to the Kennedy Space Center (with a quick stop at Canaveral National Seashore) and Gatorland.

According to a Canaveral National Seashore employee, alligators are capable of climbing onto cars. Then, I want to know why the gators at Gatorland are merely separated by a wooden bridge. Scary! I’m glad I went to Gatorland before going to Canaveral National Seashore. It made it a little less stressful 😉

In this series of photos you will notice a white alligator. It is not an albino. The rare condition is called leucism. There are only 12 white alligators in the world, and 4 of them are currently at Gatorland.

Photos of the Kennedy Space Center and Canaveral National Seashore will follow.

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