If you want to see alligators, one of the best spots in the entire state is not far from Sarasota. But only a few people each day are allowed to make the trek.

The gators gather around what's called the 'Deep Hole' sinkhole, which is a 200-foot-wide, 130- to 140-foot-deep pool at Myakka River State Park that has become known for its high population of alligators. As SkyFOX flew over the hole Wednesday, dozens of alligators -- and a few vultures -- lurked along banks and dozens more were in the water. 

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