The horrific flooding in Houston, Texas at the hands of Hurricane Harvey is devastating. People are being displaced, having to leave all their belongings behind in order to flee for safety. As water levels continue to rise, damages rise as well.
More than 30,000 people have been evacuated, looking for shelter as Hurricane Harvey strikes. But there's one aspect of the flooding no one is thinking about at the moment, and it could prove to be extremely dangerous.
As water levels rise, more and more alligators are becoming common sights in the yards of people across Houston, and they're coming dangerously close to houses.
While one or two alligators may not seem like a big deal, Gator Country begs to differ. So what could happen if the flooding goes to the next level?