A loud snapping sound came from behind one of the gnarled mangrove trees, its exposed roots twisting down into the sediment of the waterway.

From my perch on a speedboat overlooking the jungle, it was impossible to see whether the source of the noise was a manatee, a heron or, unnervingly, one of the many alligators living in Flamingo – the Florida Keys section of the Everglades.

‘What do you do if an alligator attacks the boat?’ I asked our captain, the beefy red-bearded Tim Arche who had just informed me that we were deep in an area known locally as Crocodile Bay.

Source: The Florida Keys and how to tackle a crocodile, and eat poisonous lionfish | Daily Mail Online
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