2,000 Pounds of Pressure Per Bite

A nail-biting ride through Florida's biggest alligator farm.
3:00 | 03/07/14

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It's almost -- degrees. And floors and a perfect day to -- see some gators and -- time. I wouldn't say I'm a fan of alligators. As much as I'd say big freaked me out. This is me a family trip -- Florida -- find and buy my face and I don't think those shorts stained white for very long. I'm walking slowly it's because I honestly don't know what's good -- from a bush. And putting on my big boy pants. Find out why thousands of tourists visit South Florida's oldest -- -- Everglades alligator farm in homestead Florida. Before I've never been. Com that's the best way to see all of 250 acres of farm wetlands that provide up to the Everglades national forest. -- -- -- -- There -- regulated and where we know. The -- are limited patents but in the wild gators they're lawless no boundaries it's white and stay in it. Semi clenched position. Throughout Iraq. Here have been bitten. You can guess you have. Yes we're not even -- -- -- -- about a foot long you'd be surprised the job pressure not 2000 pounds was -- fighting force. Literally about -- pardon but I got. It's that danger factor that makes this place so cool. We've seen over wetlands bugs -- Getting within inches of these charges in their natural habitats which is good by walking into one of the -- yeah. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They can actually clients -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- He runs the place -- -- bought this place. About twenty years ago right before they enter a sort of ignored that history lesson Kissinger's. Snapping over broad -- -- legs. Had my attention. None of these are our wild these robberies captivity these all are raised in captivity except for. A small percentage of them we actually accept. Nuisance alligators have been people's. Golf course for a long time where they find them and their their -- in the back -- There's about 700 gators in this -- and twice today. They get a sampler platter of rock chickens -- to -- tourists the hard -- of their -- But every couple of weeks about a thousand pounds of chicken pork beef are all tossed into this and giving all these guys something to sink their teeth and unlike other parts of the Everglades doesn't harvest these alligators for meet -- for high. The only place that we we sell alligators to an alligator in his others -- -- establishments. We do get a large -- quota from the state every year and would that -- -- Every year during breeding season you'll see me walking. Through this mud with all these alligators. And collecting eggs out of math in captivity week increased amount to about 65 to 75 years. They're simply here. For the show. To possibly change if you think babies minds about just how dangerous they actually -- its -- -- -- free throws it. Like an -- noted that -- -- fines and where we're close. For ABC news and Yahoo! News -- -- homestead Florida.

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