An alligator in a small South Carolina city is grabbing consideration due to one bizarre high quality: it’s orange.
To be extra correct, it’s a rusty, clay, sweet-potato shade, and nobody is bound why. However one factor is for sure— it doesn’t have an alligator’s typical shade.
The little gator, reportedly about four.5 ft lengthy, lives in a pond in Hanahan, South Carolina.
The Post and Courier reported put up on Fb concerning the strangely-colored animal has gotten loads of consideration, with one individual commenting that the orange-ish animal was a “Trumpagator.”
And a neighborhood resident advised the paper, after photographing the reptile: “”I simply thought, what the hell is that?”
It is unclear why the gator has the unusual, Doritos-like coloration, though one professional speculated its non-natural coloration could possibly be attributable to an “environmental issue,” like a pollutant or algae.