Prosthetic limbs aren't just for humans, anymore. An alligator in Arizona is sporting a brand new tail, thanks to researchers.
"Mister Stubbs" was one of 32 gators confiscated from the back of a truck in Arizona back in 2005.
It's believed the 7-foot reptile had its tail bitten off by another alligator.
Mister Stubbs was then brought to the Phoenix Herpetological Society, where vets gave it a 3-foot-long prosthetic tail attached with nylon straps.
Not only does Mister Stubbs look better. The tail is helping it to walk straight and have better balance under water.