The Alligator Wrestler

These amazing pictures show a five-year-old boy who is already extremely comfortable around alligators. Blaise’s dad T-Mike runs the Kliebert Gator Farm, the biggest and oldest in the world and which was started by his grandfather Harvey in 1957. The monsters of the Mississippi grow up to 18 feet – and some were even hatched by a young Harvey the year the farm was opened. T-Mike hopes that his young son will take over the family business when he grows up. The family make a living by opening their farm to the public, with the star attractions being a young Blaise wrestling the gators and sitting on a 15ft-long beast.

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T-Mike Kliebert and his son Blaise tackle Chinaman a 12 foot alligator in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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A member of the team feeding Crush at Klieberts Alligator Farm, in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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T-Mike Kliebert tackles an alligator in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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T-Mike “messes” with an alligator at Klieberts Alligator Farm in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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T-Mike Kliebert tackles an alligator in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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T-Mike Kliebert and his son Blaise tackle Chinaman a 12 foot alligator in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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The Klieberts pose for a family photo on their farm in Hammond, Louisiana. (Photo by Barcroft Media)

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