veterinarian publication Abdul Jan Malik On Wednesday, a video clip of himself hunting an alligator in the yard of his Mount Dora, Florida home, began with Malik pulling an open trash can toward the alligator, which was retreating backwards, while a number of people watched him and cheer him on to encourage him to hunt the alligator.
While hunting crocodile
During the video, Malik appears asking the onlookers to help him and tell him when the crocodile approaches the trash, so that he can close it and be able to, according to the British Daily Mail website.
Malik eventually managed to trap the crocodile’s head in the trash, causing him to panic as the crocodile wagged its tail violently. completely inside it.
Malik was greeted with applause from his neighbors and put his hand on the cover so that the crocodile could not escape.
After catching the crocodile
Malik, a veteran of the US Army, talked about his courage in locking the crocodile in the trash, as he said that what encouraged him to confront the crocodile is that he has children he wants to protect, and wrote on the video clip that he posted on his personal account on the social networking site: “I faced a task related to Life or death made me decide whether it was me and my family or the crocodile.”
Malik trying to catch a crocodile
Malik is lucky to have survived an alligator, unlike Timothy Satterley, 71, of Louisiana who was killed earlier this month by an alligator during Hurricane Ida after his wife tried to save him.