FILE: Joey Maffo, 12, grandson of Joe Maffo, left, owner of Critter Management, helps secure an 8-foot alligator in August 2013 after the seventh grader snagged it at a lagoon ringed by homes in Hilton Head Plantation. The alligator attacked a woman who was walking near the lagoon with dogs and it bit her foot. The alligator was later killed.
FILE: Joey Maffo, 12, grandson of Joe Maffo, left, owner of Critter Management, helps secure an 8-foot alligator in August 2013 after the seventh grader snagged it at a lagoon ringed by homes in Hilton Head Plantation. The alligator attacked a woman who was walking near the lagoon with dogs and it bit her foot. The alligator was later killed. Staff photo
FILE: Joey Maffo, 12, grandson of Joe Maffo, left, owner of Critter Management, helps secure an 8-foot alligator in August 2013 after the seventh grader snagged it at a lagoon ringed by homes in Hilton Head Plantation. The alligator attacked a woman who was walking near the lagoon with dogs and it bit her foot. The alligator was later killed. Staff photo

Maffo to talk critters at Coastal Discovery Museum

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