I spotted an Alligator slowly patrolling its way up to a heavily populated Egret/Heron/Ibis marsh.
The Gator propped itself up on the bank and let out the loudest,deepest, ground vibrating bellow.
The beast then proceeded to sink to the bottom and engage stealth-mode.
It crept along the bank looking for unsuspecting victims.
With a huge burst of energy it sprung up out of the water,surprising me and snagging an Egret.
The poor bird was a goner.
Here's a few fumbling, hasty shots, snapped years ago, on a day with a heat index of 114 degrees (F).
Captured Merritt Island, Florida.
Thanks for looking.