Tracy LeBlanc and his son, Brody, took us out in the bayou to capture alligator eggs from their nests. The mother alligators build the nests and lay the egss, then hang around for months to defend the nests, even if the eggs are taken. In this video, Tracy explains why it's important to incubate the eggs, then release the alligators back into the wild. He does this all while making sure the mother gator doesn't cause any trouble.
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