Florida officials are seeking information after an 11-foot alligator was injured by two arrows in a Fort Myers pond.
The alligator was in a pond near a resident and had two arrows impaled in its head and side. A rope was wrapped around its snout and feet, the newspaper reported.
Deputies and officials with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission helped a contracted alligator trapper remove the reptile. The reptile was alive and was transferred to an alligator farm, the News-Press reported.
The FWC is investigating the case.
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