Joe Maffo, owner of Critter Management, puts a juvenile alligator in the back of his truck after removing it from a median on U.S. 278 on Hilton Head Island.
Joe Maffo, owner of Critter Management, puts a juvenile alligator in the back of his truck after removing it from a median on U.S. 278 on Hilton Head Island. Staff photo
Joe Maffo, owner of Critter Management, puts a juvenile alligator in the back of his truck after removing it from a median on U.S. 278 on Hilton Head Island. Staff photo

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