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Missing Woman’s Body Found in Texas Alligator’s Jaws

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The southern United States has seen fatal alligator attacks recently.

According to the Houston police, on May 30th, a human body was discovered inside an alligator’s jaw in the swampy areas of southeast Houston at around 8:40 a.m. on the 28th.

To prevent further damage to the body and additional casualties, the authorities shot and killed the alligator before retrieving the woman’s remains.

The police believe the victim is a woman in her 60s who had been reported missing and have requested an autopsy to confirm her identity and cause of death.

According to CBS, the woman’s husband reported that his wife did not return after going for a walk around 7:30 p.m. on the day before the accident, the 27th.

A neighbor remarked, “There are alligators that are 8 feet (2.4m) and 10 feet (3m) long living down there. We know where they like to sunbathe, but it’s terrifying to hear of such an incident happening as it’s the first time.”

While alligator attacks are more common in Florida, where these reptiles primarily live, Texas has seen fewer such incidents. The last fatal alligator attack in Texas occurred in 2015.

Previously, last September, a 41-year-old woman’s body was found in the jaw of a 13-foot (4m) long alligator in Largo, Florida. Similarly, in February, an 85-year-old woman was killed by a 10-foot-long alligator while walking her dog in Port Pierce, Florida.

American alligators primarily inhabit the southernmost part of Florida. They are classified as vulnerable and legally protected species, making hunting illegal in the United States.

Daniel Kim
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