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An enormous 10-foot long alligator was just recently identified on electronic camera disrupting a golf trip in Florida.
The gator, explained by one media outlet as “dinosaur-sized,” was spotted strolling along a course in Naples, Fla., apparently with no interest in the golf enthusiasts taking a look at the massive reptile.
This is not the very first time in current memory that alligators have actually been identified on a golf course in the southern part of the U.S.
In Might, a group of golf enthusiasts in Hilton Head, S.C., filmed what seemed a battle to the death in between 2 huge alligators, informing regional media the encounter lasted roughly 2 hours.
In August 2019, a 7-foot gator crossed courses with a golf player in Florida, triggering the guy to remark, “Playing Golf in Florida is simply various.”
A couple of months prior, in April 2019, a different gator was spotted at another course in Hilton Head, S.C., scooting along that triggered one golf enthusiast to quip, “He’s running late for his tee time.”
Fox News’ Edmund DeMarche, Brie Stimson and Ann Schmidt added to this story.