Police officers in Florida capture 'largest' gator they may have ever responded to

"This may be the largest gator we’ve ever responded to," that's what a spokesperson from the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office wrote on social media.

That gator was massive, a reported 13 feet in length. The pic is blowing up on Twitter.

The team rushed to Shamrock Park & Nature Center in Venice, Florida after getting a call about the reptile.

The officers then helped a trapper take him away. It took several man to get that accomplished.

The park reportedly has a reputation for gator attacks. According to Fox News, two German Shepherds recently encountered a gator.

One of them allegedly died, while the other is still missing.

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