Tampa, Florida: Two Headed Alligator Statue

Mosaic tile sculpture at a cafe, based on a local folk tale about a 2-head alligator devouring a smartass rabbit.

Folk Art Cafe

4500 N Nebraska Ave., Tampa, FL
Seminole Heights, Nebraska Ave. and Emma St.
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Two Headed Alligator Statue

Mosaic and concrete two headed alligator statue. Based on local folktale called "Bite or Smite." The statue is in the same area as the two headed alligator taxidermy at Ella's folk art cafe. Surrounding area has several two-headed alligator murals.

[Billy Nelson, 10/22/2016]

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