“I was wondering why people were out video taping in the pouring rain and people backing up in the right turn lane that the gator was in,” Roger Light, Jr. shared on Facebook. “One minute I’m just looking around waiting for traffic light to turn green, and than next thing I knew I see this gator coming towards me on my passenger side.”Light posted a photo and video to his Facebook page. The alligator, which measured around 8 feet long, was pulled from the roadway’s lanes before it was trapped, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said.On Saturday, another alligator in Jacksonville was filmed climbing the fence at the Naval Air Station in the city. Who knew the reptiles could climb fences? Maybe he was preparing for the Storm Area 51 event. Local news outlet News4Jax shared the video of the graceful alligator on its Facebook page.We have to give props to the alligator for that fascinating floppy landing.Earlier this month, an alligator was caught on camera crossing the road in Parkland, Florida, as a gang of vultures followed close by — perhaps waiting for the gator to share some of the food he had in its mouth? In May, an enormous, 11-footer broke into a Clearwater home in the middle of the night.More on Geek.com:12-Foot Alligator Captured After ‘Chasing’ Swimmers in FloridaAlabaster, Albino Alligator at SC Aquarium, Dies After Battling InfectionAlligators Seen ‘Dragging Body’ Into Florida Lake Stay on target Watch: Here’s How Florida’s Gatorland Is Preparing for Hurri…Sneaky Alligator Tries to Blend in With Homeowner’s Patio Furniture By now, we know that alligators can get into the most unusual situations in Florida. But as heavy rain fell in parts of Florida last week, the alligators seemed to be more “extra.”Videos captured last week show one alligator “swimming” in the middle of an intersection — and another was spotted climbing a fence.In St. Petersburg, a motorist stopped at a traffic light during a downpour on Thursday spotted an alligator swimming through the traffic.