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MIAMI - MAY 17: An alligator is seen at the Gator Park in the Florida Everglades May 17, 2006 in Miami-Dade County. There has been a record three deaths attributed to alligator attacks in Florida in the month of May. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A Florida fisherman who was fishing for tarpon near the everglades had a close encounter with a gator. Luckily for him, you can see the gator start the charge in the water which gives him enough time to retreat. As he runs away, he actually falls down (we thought that only happened in the movies) but was able to get back up and get away.

We would’ve crapped our pants!!!

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