According to the Texas Gator Squad, residents should expect that alligators and other animals will be displaced as rivers, creeks and bayous swell. Much like humans, the alligators are programmed to search for higher ground in the event of a flood.
A woman spotted a gator in her backyard in Sugar Land Wednesday morning.
If you encounter a gator in the water, leave it alone. Under normal circumstances, it should find its way home as water recedes. If you think the alligator poses a threat to your safety, contact authorities for further assistance.
And then in The Woodlands, a wild hog was seen running through a neighborhood.
A group of Kingwood High School students, Alex Wilson, Blake Herrera, Aaron Finch and Kyle Wilson have been helping with water rescues around the area and found a helpless deer.
They were able to carry it out of the water and back to dry land.
In Crosby, an Eyewitness News viewer shared a photo of a deer he found standing on his bed.
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