In their final hours, Dolores and Trent Winstead lay together in their hospital beds.
In their final hours, Dolores and Trent Winstead lay together in their hospital beds. Courtesy of Sheryl Winstead Handout
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  • The bizarre way alligators behave when their swamp is frozen over

    A North Carolina “swamp park” has posted a video explaining how alligators survive in a frozen pond and it’s both creepy and bizarre. The cold-blooded devils essentially allow themselves to be frozen in place, with their noses just above the surface, according to a video posted on Facebook by Shallotte River Swamp Park.