That's a gator lurking the marsh, alright? If you look close enough you can even make out an eye.
Another croc sighting called in this weekend in the marsh off of Hwy 17 & 104 Ave. It sure looks like one, but it's commercial truck tire! pic.twitter.com/Gspwtz409f— Surrey RCMP (@SurreyRCMP) June 12, 2017
Except you don't usually find alligators in Canada.
That, and according to The Surrey Canadian Mounted Police, who tweeted the picture, it's actually a blown truck tyre floating in the water...
Although Twitter remained adamant that there was no way it could be a tyre - some even suggested there was some sort of conspiracy where a dummy croc had been planted in the marsh? Well, ok then.
While you decide for yourself, here are some of the best responses.
Some were straight up calling #lies.
Some weren't ready to accept it wasn't an alligator (real or not).
Believe it or not, it's actually a fake floating croc someone placed there a few months back. It's a pretty good knock off though.— B.L.T. (@notyoursandwich) June 12, 2017
Some controversially saw neither.
Forgive me only to see the water, did not see the crocodile— 韓智傑Zhijie Han (@hanzhijie001) June 14, 2017
Some offered some daggum advice.
If it's the same thing as last time, just get in a daggum raft and get the daggum thing out!!! Didn't your mama teach you any sense??— Wyllomy Greene (@WyllomyGreene) June 13, 2017
Then this guy waded into the debate and gave us a little bit of history, as apparently it's a common thing for alligators and tyres to be lumped together.
The slang word for a blown truck tire is a " Gator"— Bradley MacBride (@bradmacb) June 12, 2017
Well there you have it.