Lake where woman found dead known for alligators

Body of woman bitten by alligator found

Body of woman bitten by alligator found

Investigators killed a 12-foot alligator that was captured near the scene of the woman's disappearance and found evidence that the reptile had bitten the woman.

When the cut open the animal to investigate the contents of its stomach, they found an arm presumed to be of Plantation, Florida resident Shizuka Matsuki, who had disappeared recently.

The Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said that the park is city owned and signage is its responsibility.

Her body was recovered the next day. Although there is not such a warning within the twin states at this time, local wildlife officials say it's always important to practice safety.

The dogs didn't want to leave the lake and were being cared for by Broward County Animal Care and Adoption, WSVN said. One of the dogs had a fresh injury, a gash on its side.

"We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Shizuka Matsuki. We will be conducting a thorough investigation into this incident", the commission tweeted.

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The warning from the neighborhood association about alligators in the water may have prompted her to change things up and go to a lake farther away.

One of Matsuki's neighbours, Peter Limia, told the Miami Herald that her husband had warned her not to walk near the nature park.

Local residents also told the newspaper that they had complained about alligators in the park, with some even explaining that they had lost pets that wandered too close to the lake.

According to the wildlife commission, the likelihood of a Florida resident being seriously injured during an unprovoked alligator incident in Florida is roughly only 1 in 3.2 million.

Before Matsuki's death, the most recent fatality was in June 2016, when a Nebraska boy whose family was visiting the Walt Disney World Resort was snatched by an alligator and pulled into a lake at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

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