BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (lifwynnfoundation.org) - TWRA sent a warning now on society media around dumping undesirable pets. The short article came after a Bradley County. Wildlife officer eliminated an alligator native a small pond.
TWRA says that alligators are not in the historic range of Bradly County. They have said the the reptiles are widening their selection in Tennessee. Many of the sightings and captures the alligators have all remained in West Tennessee. Newly a seven-foot alligator was caught in the Wolfe flow in Fayette County.
TWRA has not stocked any type of alligators in Tennessee. Alligators broadening into Tennessee is just another species that we must find out to coexist through like many of the various other southern says according come the agency.
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