A congregation of baby alligators was caught on camera doing death roll at a pond in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Speaking to Fox 13, Dana McCuller said she loved capturing photos of nature and animals and that she has been photographing a female alligator for six years. She has named the gator “Cheesecake.”

"My Facebook friends affectionally call her babies, 'the cheese sticks,'" she said, adding that the female gator was probably used to her clicking photos of her and her babies.

On June 7, McCuller went to the pond near her home to take photos of Cheesecake. That was when she captured videos of the baby alligators doing the “death roll.”

She posted the videos on Facebook and captioned it, “The neighbor went fishing and after cleaning the fish, he threw the scraps into the pond. I jumped at the opportunity to sit quietly and watch what happened after he left.”

One of the videos showed a baby gator latching its tiny jaw onto the fish scraps before it does a death roll possibly in an attempt to tear off some of the fish meat.

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The video has since gone viral with people calling it the “cutest death roll.”

“Itty bitty death rolls,” one person commented. “Omg that baby gator roll. that needs to be on animal Planet lol,” wrote another user.

Some also said that they felt the gator looked “dizzy” after the rolls.

“They’re making themselves dizzy with their micro mini death rolls,” one user wrote. “The one loses consciousness damn near from its little death roll lmao I needed this laugh hahaha,” commented another person.

McCuller also posted several videos showing the baby gator’s siblings doing death rolls in order to get a bite out of the fish scraps.

A research article, titled “Death roll of the alligator: mechanics of twist feeding in water,” stated that they “perform a spinning maneuver to subdue and dismember prey.”

“The spinning maneuver, which is referred to as the 'death roll', involves rapid rotation about the longitudinal axis of the body,” the paper stated, adding, “Shear forces generated by the spinning maneuver are predicted to increase disproportionately with alligator size, allowing dismemberment of large prey. ”

An alligator is pictured at the PAL theme and animal park in Saint-Pourcain-sur-Besbre, April 12, 2017. THIERRY ZOCCOLAN/AFP/Getty Images