The Five-year-old Alligator Wrangler

BarcroftAnimalsPublished: December 6, 201618 views
Published: December 6, 2016

A FIVE-year-old boy is learning his family trade by wrangling and wrestling huge alligators. Deep in the swamps of Louisiana T-Mike Kliebert teaches his young son Blaise how to wrangle some of the 2,500 gators they keep at the farm. The Kliebert Gator Farm is the biggest and oldest in the world and was started by T-Mike's grandfather Harvey in the 1930s. T-Mike hopes that his young son Blaise will grow up to take over the family business but after the youngster sustained a bite his mother Sara Bordelon had different ideas - hoping he goes to college. The family make a large amount of their money by showing amazed visitors around the farm - with young Blaise wrestling the gators and even sitting on one that is 15ft long becoming the star attraction.

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