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Creepy, scary, and oh so Florida. This nighttime photo captures dozens of Florida alligators with glowing eyes!

Wildlife photographer Bobby Wummer’s images and videos have been getting around quickly lately. His latest photo to creep people out features dozens of gators at night in the Big Cypress National Preserve. He used a flash for the photo “because I wanted to illuminate their eyes for the perfect effect.” If his definition of “perfect effect” is creepy and frightening, well then he is dead on!

Wummer couldn’t even get all of the Florida alligators with glowing eyes into the frame! If you start having nightmares of gators with glowing eyes, don’t blame us! Previously, he released a video in which an alligator attacked his GoPro camera.

Now, which is more frightening? The glowing eyes of the alligators in the water, or this, with the them only feet away?

Gatorland close-up with alligators

Nobody said Andrew was the smart one, but as you can see, there’s nothing to keep those alligators from coming closer to him.

[SOURCE Fox 35]


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