It's definitely gator season in Florida, and there are videos to prove it.
Photographer Andrew Lilyquist was walking around the Circle B Bar Nature Reserve on Wednesday in Lakeland, looking for wildlife to photograph. He caught an unbelievable moment.
"My heart was racing," he said.
In a series of pictures and videos, Lilyquist captured a mammoth alligator chowing down on a much smaller gator.
In one video clip, the bigger gator swings the smaller gator around, splashing him in the water, presumably to get a better grip of him.
A Florida Fish and Wildlife spokesperson said alligators resorting to cannibalism is somewhat common, especially between males and during mating season.
The encounter on Wednesday morning came just days after a video went viral in the exact same spot of an even bigger gator -- estimated around 12 feet long -- chowed down on a different gator.
Lilyquist went out to Circle B Bar Reserve hoping to see the same encounter and capture it with his camera.