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Making -- house guest comfortable is just common courtesy for Mary O'Brien's family.
It's a unique challenge he CDO Brian's will be babysitting a pair of alligators for the next few weeks this four foot reptiles was found Wednesday wandering the grocery store parking -- it's a rare sight for sure in Baldwin Long Island stranger still because this one just a few inches shorter was found the day before in the same area.
They're pretty how -- You can tell that -- involved and the cold blooded animals with their claws and scales can grow to be ten sometimes twelve feet long and are definitely not native to Long Island.
The SP CA believes their -- are likely abandon them.
What happens a lot of times -- it.
-- that they.
They get march.
And -- -- -- prickly and people on -- do it and taking care of reptiles is not new for -- Stanley her dad Robert is a former police officer and over the years.
Dozens of reptiles have ended up at the home after someone discarded them this is our second time.
Housing alligator is these two are the latest in an -- string of Gator sacks last Friday a mastic beach homeowner captured this one on his front -- And on Monday a Brooklyn couple was charged with harboring a -- animal when -- three and a half footer was found.
But I think what is most important is that they have been taken out of and natural habitat and they've been -- -- and that goes for having.
That was -- -- that they should stay in an -- for habitat.
So what happens next for these two well because they've been exposed to humans they will not be let back out into the wild for safety reasons the O'Brien's plan to keep them here for about a month.
And then they'll send them to an alligator farm in Florida -- these two will live -- the rest of their lives think of -- like -- -- retirement community.
From Long Island Dan -- Fox -- News.
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