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A crocodile blocked an airfield at NAS Key West, and the military needed to call for help


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(Tribune News Service) — In South Florida, surprise visitors can crawl on their bellies.

And wear out their welcome.

Naval Air Station Key West had to remove a stubborn crocodile from its airfield on Boca Chica Key recently. The croc was photographed basking in the spring sunshine with a Super Hornet fighter jet in the background.

“This airfield resident was soaking up some sun on one of our runways recently and didn’t want to budge,” NAS wrote in a Facebook post Monday.

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