Hundreds of gators flock to sinkhole at Florida state park Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Sinkholes are terrifying enough, but imagine hundreds of alligators living in one. That’s the case at a remote sinkhole in a state park in Sarasota, Fla.

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In a secluded area of Myakka River State Park, there’s a sinkhole, named Deep Hole, that’s 200 feet wide and 130 feet deep, and it’s apparently an alligator’s dream home, according to local news reports.

Dozens of gators can be spotted at the hole daily during the winter months, but on a really good day hundreds gather there.

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