Hunters snag 1,011.5-pound alligator in Alabama

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THOMASTON, Ala. — Some hunters in Alabama are celebrating one massive catch. A wildlife biologist with the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fishers says a family caught a record-breaking gator in south Alabama, reported.

The gator is 15 feet in length and weighed 1,011.5 pounds. It was caught by Mandy and John Stokes, Kevin Jenkins and his children out of the Alabama River.

It’s the largest gator ever legally killed in Alabama. reported the crew fought the gator for more than five hours and even tried to shoot it.



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