Scuba divers search park after finding remains in alligator’s mouth


Sheriff’s Office divers searched an alligator-infested canal at a Florida wildlife preserve after human remains were found in the mouth of a large alligator

Divers from the Martin County Sheriff’s Office searched much of the Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area in Indiantown, Fla., after human remains were discovered inside the park on Thursday.

A sheriff’s sniper monitored the search in case alligators got too close to the divers, the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post.

The park remained closed to visitors during the search. Indiantown is located 61 kilometers northwest of West Palm Beach.

ABC News

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