--September 20th, 2016 UPDATE
Caiman alligator sports butterfly Snapchat filter in real lifeAMAZON RAINFOREST: Photographer Mark Cowan received a special commendation from the Royal Society's 2016 Publishing Photography Competition for this amazing photograph. The moment captures a phenomenon known as lachryphagy, where butterflies gather on the heads of alligators to lick up the salt from their tears (sodium is rare in the Amazon). Not to be outdone, Snappy recreated his own version. Source: The Royal Society
--September 15th, 2016 UPDATE
Claude the albino alligator celebrates 21st birthday in styleSAN FRANCISCO, CA: The California Academy of Sciences's resident albino alligator, Claude, is so popular that he's become a mascot of the city of San Francisco. Claude's 21st birthday party was quite the celebration, featuring performances from a local ballet company, a specialty Gator-Ade cocktail, and delicious cupcakes. Snappy couldn't make the party in person, but sent his regards from Texas. Being blue himself, Snappy has always strongly believed that alligators are beautiful, no matter what color they are. Happy Birthday, Claude!
--August 12th, 2016 UPDATE
Texas homeowner finds alligator hiding in his garageFULSHEAR, TX: Not too far from HostGator's Houston headquarters, a man was surprised to find an alligator hiding in his garage between a lawnmower and the wall.
--June 6th, 2016 UPDATE
Alligator spotted using crosswalk, stops trafficPALM COAST, FL: It's common knowledge that gators are model citizens, and that they're famous for following the letter of the law. Just like this gator in Palm Coast, Snappy also uses crosswalks whenever he needs to cross the road. Source: Palm Coast Observer
---June 3rd, 2016, Palmetto, FL