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06/27/2013 03:19 pm ET Updated Jun 27, 2013

Alligator Limbs Found In Williamsburg, Brooklyn (PHOTOS)

Three alligator limbs with a "faint fishy smell" were found scattered along North 10th Street in Williamsburg recently, The New York Daily News reports.

There was no trace of the alligator's body or head in sight.

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(Photo By: Mark Morales/NY Daily News via Getty Images)

"Jungle Bob" Smith of Jungle Bob’s Reptile World in Long Island told The News that whoever may have owned the alligator-- which is illegal in New York without a permit-- possibly abandoned the reptile once it had grown too large to manage.

The limbs were discovered spread apart from each other. One was wedged between two rocks, one was on a car seat, and another was on a street grate.

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67-year-old Ricardo Rodrigo works across the street from the gruesome find. (Photo By: Mark Morales/NY Daily News via Getty Images)

For more, head over to the Daily News.

Nearby Alligator Lounge has yet to comment on the find.

No, there aren't alligators in the New York City sewers.

And let's all hope this isn't another art installation that just scares everyone.

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