Well, they've found a Gator in the same area where the woman was found dead in South Florida – and it had two human arms in its belly. Killer Gator found. Here's the details from the Palm Beach Post :
An alligator that officials said is almost certainly the one that killed a Broward County jogger was captured this morning.
"We found two human arms in its belly," said Dani Moschella, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman.
Officials had been hunting for the 9-foot-6 alligator since Wednesday, when 28-year-old Yovy Suarez Jimenez of Davie was killed.
One of her legs was broken, and both of her arms had been ripped off.
Dr. Joshua Perper, Broward County's medical examiner, concluded Thursday that "the alligator attacked the woman while she was on land" and then dragged her body into a canal. He added that she "died of traumatic injuries sustained by an alligator attack, a mixture of blood loss and shock, and in my opinion died very fast."
Suarez was the first person killed by an alligator in Broward County, and only the 18th in the state since the fish and wildlife commission started keeping records in the 1940s.
Despite a burgeoning population of both alligators and people, attacks have remained rare. In most cases, the victim swam in or walked near lakes or canals where alligators lived - in Florida, that's nearly any body of water except the ocean or Gulf of Mexico.
No one saw the attack on Suarez, and its details will are likely to stay a mystery. Still, officials took the opportunity to remind the public to be careful around the water.
"People have to learn to live with alligators," fish and wildlife investigator Skip Trubey said. "Give them a wide berth. Leave them alone."
Do not feed the Gators, do not dangle your feet over a canal during Gator mating season when the rains have not come, etc., etc.
Because if hungry enough – please believe -- the Big Bull Gator will eat.