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Wildlife Biologist Joe Wasilewski and Mario Aldecoa pulling in an American Crocodile they noosed in the canals of Turkey Point Power Plant.
In the bays and harbors of residential Florida, the threat of a crocodile attack looms as humans become too comfortable around these intelligent predators. The Sunshine State looks to Australia for their know-how in controlling ever-expanding crocodile populations. If croc populations continue to grow rapidly, Florida may have to take a lead from Australia and begin capturing and hazing these animals for the safety of the people.