According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Janice Hahn estimates the city has spent more than $107,000 in overtime to make sure the lake is staffed to warn people of Reggie's presence.
And, according to Russ Smith, curator of reptiles at the Los Angeles Zoo -- shown here, in an artist's conception of what it would be like if he met Reggie -- if Reggie is a male, then when his hibernation alarm clock goes off, Reggie will sing. "They do bellow during the springtime, calling for a mate," the curator said. "Kind of like a cross between a cow moo and a roar."
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