In case you're not already unsettled by reality being flipped upside down, we have something gross to show you.
An orange-coloured alligator was spotted in a pond near Charleston, South Carolina and if you forgot, alligators are usually green, not orange.
Not often white, definitely not orange, but green.
People have aptly nicknamed the alligator "Trumpigator" because, ya know.
It may have spent the winter in a rusty steel culvert pipe and that's why it looks all orangey. But don't worry; this reptile won't stay orange for long. Once it sheds its skin, it'll go back to being a more normal green colour.
If this isn't a sign all living things need to take a collective long nap and wake up when the world is right again, we don't know what is.
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