There are no answers, only questions in the story of three fleshy alligator legs discovered around North 10th Street. "They're not something that’s common in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, that's the part that befuddles me," expert "Jungle Bob" Smith told the Daily News, which also noted, "There are no pet stores or exotic food spots nearby." (Alligator Lounge, yes.) The limbs were found on rocks, a street grate, and, most menacing, on an abandoned car seat. No body, no head, just flies and a "faint fishy smell." (You have to see the pictures.) Bored teenagers just keep getting more creative.
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