Toothless Alligator Skull

At the Trapper Nelson historical site on Florida’s Loxahatchee river. A nice place to visit, accessible only by boat. Nelson was an interesting character with a taste for solitude. His homestead is now a state historical site.

One wonders about this late alligator. Was it toothless before it died? Seems unlikely but who knows.

Side view of an alligator skull mounted on a wall at the Trapper Nelson Historical Site on the Loxahatchee River in Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Florida. (Jonathan.Gewirtz@gmail.com)

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