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They capture “Alex the Alligator” who had been seen in Lake Lynwood safe and sound

They capture "Alex the Alligator" who had been seen in Lake Lynwood safe and sound
They capture "Alex the Alligator" who had been seen in Lake Lynwood safe and sound

CHICAGO, Illinois.- The Lynwood Fire Department has just reported that it safely captured the alligator that had been first seen on Wednesday in a lake in the Lynwood suburb, and whom a boy started calling “Alex.”

The reptile will be quarantined for 30 days and will then be sent to a reptile park located in southern Illinois, authorities reported.

Lynwood police and firefighters used a drone to try to locate the reptile. For their capture, they worked together with the Chicago Herpetological Society.

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