Hurricane Ian got 🐊alligators, 🐍snakes and other wildlife roaming the streets.😳 Be careful walking in a body of water. Safety First! #Wildlife #hurricanIan #Hurricane #Florida #Floods #hurricaneIanAftermath #weather #HurricaneIanupdate pic.twitter.com/uQ2pElpiDB— NIK▲ LUXÉ🦋💋 (@NikaLuxe) September 30, 2022
Floridians are being asked to be mindful of animals also seeking shelter from Hurricane Ian. “You will see alligators, snakes & bears, so remember to stay alert and give them space,” pic.twitter.com/UorGsY5FXF— SAY CHEESE! 👄🧀 (@SaycheeseDGTL) September 28, 2022
Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida on Wednesday as a Category 4 hurricane with winds just a few miles per hour away from bumping the classification up to a Category 5. The hurricane resulted in a massive storm surge, and that surge appeared to have pushed a shark into a flooded street in Fort Myers, Florida.
🐊 This 9-foot gator was spotted in Astor. Lake County’s fire chief cautioned earlier Wednesday: “With the high water, we get some amphibious creatures to come out of the swamps… snakes, alligators we normally wouldn’t.” #Florida #HurricaneIan https://t.co/3G6l9ZbfWO pic.twitter.com/wgNLejQ9zo— WESH 2 News (@WESH) September 28, 2022
This is cool but very sweary,
And remember to it’s always about climate change
This is amazing. Don Lemon tries to blame Hurricane Ian on climate change. NOAA's hurricane director shuts him down. pic.twitter.com/svTjHtE8hl— Alex Pfeiffer (@__Pfeiffer) September 28, 2022