The Lake Doctors is proud to be your trusted source for all your lake management needs. Our custom aquatic solutions and regular maintenance plans are designed to help enhance the overall health and aesthetic of your lakes and ponds. While we serve clients throughout Florida, Ohio, and South Carolina, we want to educate our clients on animals that commonly inhabit freshwater lakes found in Florida.
When it comes to nature, animals are always going to come with the territory. While many animals are vital to the survival of the ecosystem, it is also important to be aware of certain species that can be harmful to humans. Below we feature dangerous animals that are common in our line of work.
Although most alligators are docile creatures and stray away from boats and humans, it is important to be aware of their existence to increase your safety while in and around freshwater.
- Cottonmouths/Water Moccasins
Similarly to alligators, cottonmouth snakes tend to avoid human contact, unless otherwise startled or bothered. Water moccasins are venomous and harmful to humans, so it is important to be cautious of their presence.
As a company, we strive to educate and inform our clients to ensure safety. If you are interested in learning more about our water management services, contact us today at 1 (800) 666-5253.