by Chelsea Rice | Thursday, October 8, 2015
The international database of crocodile attacks, CrocBite, estimates 1,000 people worldwide are killed each year in crocodile attacks. In the United States, the CDC reported nine deaths in four years from alligators.
In Florida, where the alligator population is highest, the state’s wildlife organization estimates there
are at least a dozen attacks per year.
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