I have know idea how this thought came into my head living in the Northeast where the closest Alligator I see is a salamander in a rotted tree. Maybe it was my mind trying to drift away from all the Coronavirus talk to something I can bite into (sorry for the pun) an alligator attack. This passion for how to survive such an imaginary attack led me to countless articles and this video (below). Which I continues to bite into (sorry again) which I devour whole. For at least I’ll be safe just in case. Yet what if the imaginary alligator that attacked me had Corona what would I do then? I guess it’s time for me to go back into my swamp instead.
FOOTNOTE- Just in case you’re being attacked before you watch the video see notes below
1: Avoid ponds, marshes, lakes, and rivers in alligator-prone areas, especially at night when alligators are most active.
2: Back away slowly if you see an alligator until you are at a safe distance.
3: If an alligator moves towards you, run away in a straight line.
4: If you get bit, fight back as hard as you can.
5: Use your fingers to gouge the alligator’s eyes.
6: Slam your fist down on the tip of the gator’s sensitive snout.