Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer  Chuck Ehrismann checks on 'Crusty', a alligator that rarely moves from a rest stop on Alligator Alley In The Everglades, Fla. Friday, July 14, 2006. The 8-foot alligator has come to associate people with food and that makes him too dangerous to remain in his home along Alligator Alley. Wildlife managers will have to remove and kill the gator. State officials are conducting an undercover sting operation to try to stop people from feeding gators, which is a crime.

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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer Chuck Ehrismann checks on "Crusty", a alligator that rarely moves from a rest stop on Alligator Alley In The Everglades, Fla. Friday, July 14, 2006. The 8-foot alligator has come to associate people with food and that makes him too dangerous to remain in his home along Alligator Alley. Wildlife managers will have to remove and kill the gator. State officials are conducting an undercover sting operation to try to stop people from feeding gators, which is a crime.

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