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Authorities Think Missing Woman Shizuka Matsuki Was Eaten Alive By Massive Alligator

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Authorities in Florida believe that a missing woman was eaten alive by a huge alligator while walking her dogs.

They discovered a human arm inside the 12-foot reptile and are now searching for the rest of the remains at Silver Lakes Rotary Nature Park.

A witness called 911 after seeing Shizuka Matsuki being pulled into the water as her dogs watched.

Sadly, her faithful pets were found by the side of the water, with their leashes still on, waiting for their owner to return.

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The enormous alligator was filmed from above swimming in the water after the 46-year-old’s disappearance.

Trappers captured the alligator and found a human arm inside it afterwards while divers search the rest of the area for other remains.

One of the dogs had bite marks on its body so it looks like the huge gator managed to surprise the dog walker and drag her into the water.

Authorities arrived on the scene at 9:45 AM after the emergency call went out before they caught the huge creature.

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Alligators are known to become more active in the spring and early summer as temperatures heat up – the local nature park is popular among dog walkers and has two large bodies of water.

Divers remain at the scene.

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