500lbs of solid muscle and teeth - see why you can't out-swim an alligator!

Published April 5, 2018

Rumble The American alligator is a prehistoric beast left over from a long forgotten time. Measuring up to 15 feet long and weighing in at over 500lbs, this apex predator is at the top of it's food chain.
Watch as this massive alligator demonstrates it's impressive speed in the water, propelling itself forward with lightning speed. The alligator's tail typically comprises over half of an alligator's length and is solid muscle.
Think you can out-swim an alligator after watching this video?


  • tootsteens, 1 year ago

    Whoa! It swims fast. I never thought alligators move that fast.

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    • tootsteens, 1 year ago

      We subbed. We will be watching more of your videos.

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  • DavidMcNab, 1 year ago

    That thing is incredible. No gator wrestling for this guy!

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  • cdngreenwaterdiver, 1 year ago

    Holy crap. He took off like a rocket. Definitely can't out swim one of those. Cool footage. We were down the Keys in November and took one of the air boat tours. Fun but didn't see a lot of gators.

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  • Ghostriderto, 1 year ago

    He does 0-60 in under 2.9 seconds. Impressive.

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  • BigSexysPlayground, 1 year ago

    I'm pretty sure that's faster than I can swim.

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