Video of alligator pool parties became a hit online, but now alligators are no longer invited.
Wildlife officials are asking the owner of the alligator attraction to change the way the parties are done.
The investigation stems from complaints after the alligator pool parties story went viral.
Among those complaints, this one from the animal rights foundation of Florida.
The state says allowing the alligators to swim freely in the pool is a safety concern.
Wildlife officials want the alligators to be restrained by a handler at all times.
The owner of alligator attraction says he is temporarily putting the pool parties on hold until he can verify that they are compliant with the state's guidelines.
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