New details in Disney alligator attack reveal father was also attacked by second gator

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ORLANDO, FL - New disturbing details are emerging about the alligator attack at a Disney World resort last month that took the life of little two-year-old Lane Graves.

The toddler's father reportedly told authorities that two gators were involved in the attack, not just one.

Matt Graves, who was a Nebraska state wrestling champion, told authorities that as he attempted to wrestle the alligator that grabbed his son, a second gator attacked him!

Lane Graves, 2, was snatched by an alligator at a Disney resort and he was found dead later.

Lane Graves, 2, was snatched by an alligator at a Disney resort and he was found dead later.

At first, the father delayed going to the hospital to treat his own wounds right after the incident because he wanted to help rescue his son, who had been dragged into the murky waters of the lagoon at the Grand Floridian Resort.

The search for the toddler went on for 16 hours.

Responders reportedly killed five gators as they attempted to find the boy's body.

Days after the tragedy, another mother who had visited the resort posted pictures of her son on social media.

Her boy can be seen playing on the beach right near the same spot where the gators attacked the Graves family in the lagoon.

Meanwhile, Disney has posted signs that now warn visitors to beware of alligators and snakes along the lagoon area.

Unfortunately for the Graves family, those signs appear to be a little too late.