Alligator Fitted With Prosthetic Tail

Gator at the Phoenix Herpetological Society is re-learning how to swim.
0:52 | 03/11/13

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Here is using those front legs -- the cattle right now and that's actually very abnormal and alligator. The staff here is spent -- long time teaching him to do that because it was the only way he could move in the water before. And so he's you have to learn about it by moving that's up around and there's plenty of muscle mass and bonus. You can actually get a really nice whipping motion and propulsion from the -- so. -- -- -- -- I was bitten off by another. Some not -- put him in apparently think alligators alligators eat little alligators. People don't know what they're doing it because -- animals it's agree.

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