Massive alligator spotted in Florida community finds a new home in Orlando

A massive alligator went viral earlier this month after it was spotted roaming through a central Florida community. Now, the gator -- named Larry -- has found a new home.

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The reptile is now living in Gatorland in Orlando, Click Orlando reported. Larry, who is said to weigh upward of 800 pounds and is an estimated 12-feet in length, was moved to the facility Thursday. The animal will now live on the 15-acre lake with more than 120 other alligators, according to the news station.

"Larry is going to have a great life," Mark McHugh, a Gatorland employee, told the news station of the gator, which has its own Facebook page.

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Earlier in March, Larry was captured on video roaming around in The Villages, northwest of Orlando. People stopped and stared as he lumbered by, causing the prehistoric-looking creature to quickly become a social media star.

Fox News' Travis Fedschun contributed to this report.