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The weekend warriors were at the park to enjoy the rare day off.

The video was posted on a lifestyle page and shows a trapper pulling a crocodile out of the water.

A little girl is off camera as a reptile attacks.

A man laughs nervously as the trapper ties up the beast's jaws.

Many people thought it was an alligator or saltwater crocodile. Others expressed their terror with shocking images.

A cannibal drags a meal through a Florida golf course.

Chris Gillette set them straight.

The wrangler wanted Only in Dade followers to know that the animal was not in danger.

The American croc is native to South Florida and is not aggressive. It's easy to confuse the two because they both live in saltwater.

They are both sharks and have white bellies, but are vastly different.

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