The Kachunga and the Alligator Show is the new attraction at the New Jersey State Fair in Augusta this year.
The New Jersey Herald today has a great story about Bert Lucas and his travelling alligator show. As part of the performance, Lucas sits on the back of a 7-foot alligator and speaks to the crowd about the sharp-toothed reptiles. There's even an albino alligator in the show. But fair-goers are not allowed to touch the reptiles as New Jersey is a "no-touch" state.
The show has a home base of nearly 30 gators, all "rescue gators," according to Lucas.
The New Jersey State Fair runs all week until Sunday August 12th.