Officials Investigate Possible Alligator Sighting in Lake at Kensington Metropark

Officials at Kensington Metropark are investigating reports of a possible alligator sighting in the park’s lake. Witnesses reported seeing the reptile, prompting a thorough investigation by local authorities. Park visitors and officials are concerned as alligators are not native to the region. The Huron-Clinton Metroparks Police Department is working with wildlife experts to determine the validity of the sighting. Safety measures have been put in place, including warning signs and temporary restrictions on certain water activities. Visitors are advised to stay vigilant and report any further sightings.

Park superintendent John Doe emphasized the importance of public safety and the ongoing efforts to confirm the presence of the alligator. “While it’s unusual for alligators to be in this area, we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our visitors,” he stated. The investigation will continue until officials are confident the area is secure.